ALLISON M. ZIEVE is Director of Public Citizen Litigation Group and general counsel of Public Citizen, a non-profit membership organization devoted to research, advocacy, and education on a wide range of public health and consumer safety issues.
Among other areas, her
litigation practice includes food and drug law, open government, and access to courts issues.
has published articles on federal preemption of state law, tobacco regulation, and the Freedom of Information Act for publications such as Internal Medicine News
, Regulatory Affairs Journal
(UK), TRIAL Magazine
, and various BNA legal publications.
In addition, Ms. Zieve teaches a course on dietary supplement and food regulation at Georgetown University Law School.
She also serves as a public member of the Administrative Conference of the United States, a trustee of the Client Security Fund of the District of Columbia Bar, and as a judge of the American Constitution Society's Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law.
In addition, she serves on the Board of The Food and Drug Law Institute.
Ms. Zieve graduated from Brown University and Yale Law School.