Allison M. Zieve is the Director of the Public Citizen Litigation Group and director of its Supreme Court Assistance Project, as well as General Counsel of Public Citizen. Her litigation practice addresses public health (such drug safety, food labeling, and tobacco issues), consumer safety (such as automobile standards), open government, federal preemption, class action standards, and First Amendment issues (in the context of federal regulation and of the Internet). Many of her cases involve issues related to the Food and Drug Administration, as well as the Department of Transportation, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Health and Human Services, among other agencies. Zieve has argued five cases before the United States Supreme Court and many more in the federal appellate and district courts. She also serves as a member of the Administrative Conference of the United States and the American Law Institute, and has served as a board member and board chair of the Food and Drug Law Institute. She has taught as an adjunct professor at Yale Law School, Georgetown University School of Law, and American University’s Washington College of Law. In addition, since its inception, Zieve has judged the American Constitution Society’s Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law. She has written articles for N.Y.U.’s Annual Survey of American Law, Duke Law School’s Law & Contemporary Problems, TRIAL Magazine, various BNA legal publications, Internal Medicine News, and the Regulatory Affairs Journal (UK). Admitted to the District of Columbia Bar and to practice before numerous federal courts, she graduated from Brown University and Yale Law School.