Paula Dinerstein

Paula has worked with PEER since 2006. She represents the organization in whistleblower, environmental, and Freedom of Information Act cases. Prior to joining PEER, she clerked for a federal district court judge in Washington, DC, and then practiced with small public interest-oriented law firms. Her work included representation of States and advocacy groups in energy and environmental matters, including pesticides and organic food standards. She received her law degree from the George Washington University National Law Center.

New Integrity Rules Differ on Allowable Scientist Speech 

by | February 1, 2024
Agencies Range from Bans on Policy Discussion to “Open Discourse” Pledges ...

First Biden Scientific Integrity Policy Falls Well Short

by | September 5, 2023
Timid Health & Human Services Proposal Will Not Prevent Trump Abuses ...

U.S. Public Health Research to Face New Restrictions

by | August 16, 2023
Impending Ban on HHS Scientists Raising Policy Implications of Research ...

BLOG | Dr. Bright’s COVID-19 Cronyism Case Is Tough to Crack

by | May 13, 2020
The case of Dr. Rick Bright concerning corruption in federal vaccine development should be Exhibit A for serious reform of the federal whistleblower system by the next Congress ...
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