In 2011, as a Fellow at the Human Rights Institute at Columbia, Neta gave an incisive paper on the then new phenomenon known as “Price Tag,” which refers to Israeli settler violence against Palestinians and their property as the settlers’ redirected response to Israeli government policies, typically with these two words scrawled on the burnt out walls of houses or mosques. Providing detailed case illustrations, Neta documented a general pattern of legal impunity, as most of the settler-perpetrators were not prosecuted. In 2014, Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, a Professor at Hebrew University, spoke about this same topic at a CPS cosponsored event, but with reference to acts committed in Jerusalem (see her 2016 article in the British Journal of Criminology-). (on Nadera’s work)