Paul Ginsberg, president of P.A.L., is a graduate electrical engineer specializing in forensic audio and is widely accepted as a national authority on recorded conversations for trials. For 39 years in 1,750 trials he has assisted C.I.A., F.B.I., Secret Service, D.E.A., IRS, ATF, Customs, Homeland Security, as well as corporate and private clients. Paul contributes to CNN, MSNBC, FOX, N.Y. Times, Post, and Bergen Record whenever a recording is newsworthy. He has clarified recordings from September 11, 2001, Waco, O.J. Simpson, aircraft black-box trials, and hundreds more from coast to coast.
Paul, as a true engineer, is instrumental in refining forensic software and intelligence-gathering recording equipment. Respected for his contributions in the field, he was invited by National Archives to determine feasibility of retrieving 18 minutes on Nixon Watergate tape. Paul lectures to attorneys and law enforcement agents from coast to coast.
Education & Licenses
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering), Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)