Tomer Naor is an educator, backpacker, Jerusalemite, lawyer, and a social activist in Israel. Tomer studied law and East Asian studies in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (L.L.B.), and has an L.L.M. degree in public law from Northwestern University and Tel Aviv University. For the past eight years he has worked in The Movement for Quality Government in Israel, one of Israel's leading grassroots, non-profit associations, fighting corruption and promoting values of democracy in Israel. As the Head of the Legal Department, Tomer frequently appears before the Supreme Court in constitutional and administrative petitions, he appears before Knesset committees on various issues, he appears regularly in the Israeli and international media, and lectures to diverse audiences. Other than his legal work, Tomer is involved in a variety of social initiatives in Israel. Tomer enjoys running, hiking and camping, and he is a certified tour guide in Israel.