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Questions regarding employment opportunities may be directed to Michele Lardani, Personnel Officer, at (651) 361-7834.

In addition to this website, OAH uses a variety of methods to advertise vacant positions, including, but not limited to, list service announcements, professional trade publications, and the State of Minnesota Career Opportunities website. Periodically, OAH solicits Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for Professional, Technical and Consulting contract work. RFPs are advertised on this site as well as in the Minnesota State Register. The State Register is published every Monday, with the exception of holidays.

OAH is an equal opportunity employer. To request a copy of OAH's Affirmative Action Plan, contact Michele Lardani, Affirmative Action Officer, at (651) 361-7834.

Current Opportunities

There are no positions currently available. Check back for future openings.

Reasonable Accommodations

In accordance with state and federal laws, reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be provided to ensure access to services and employment. To request an accommodation for a disability, please contact Michele Lardani, ADA Coordinator, at (651) 361-7834 or

Office of Administrative Hearings Notice under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Grievance Procedure


The Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings accepts applications for student internships, externships and judicial clerkships on a continuous basis. Applicants should submit the following information via mail or email to Michele Lardani, Human Resources Director, Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings, P.O. Box 64620, St. Paul, MN 55164-0620:

  • Cover letter including the following information

    • Reason for interest in an externship/internship at OAH

    • Preferred section assignment (Administrative Law or Workers’ Compensation)

    • Dates (i.e. summer, during the school year) and times (number of hours per week) of availability

    • A brief description of applicable educational and employment history

  • Resume

  • A completed Judicial Internship/Externship Application

  • A legal writing sample of no more than five pages in length written by the applicant

  • Contact information for three professional references

George Beck Fellowship

The Administrative Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association has created the George Beck Fellowship as a means to provide second- and third-year law students with an opportunity to serve as a legal intern/extern with the Office of Administrative Hearings. George Beck Fellows will gain substantial legal experience working alongside Administrative Law Judges and staff members at the Office of Administrative Hearings, and will have the opportunity to observe legal proceedings, conduct legal research and writing, interact with litigants, and participate in case outcome/strategy discussions. George Beck Fellows may also arrange with their law schools to earn credit for their work experience at the Office of Administrative Hearings. Please refer to the Law School Agreement for George Beck Fellowships for complete information.  Indicate on your Judicial Internship/Externship Application if you are interested in applying for the George Beck Fellowship. Application for the George Beck Fellowship is not required to be considered for a judicial internship/externship at the Office of Administrative Hearings.

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