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Eric L. Lipman

Administrative Law Judge

Judge Lipman's Legal Assistants, Nichole Helmueller, Michelle Severson, and Majeste Phillip, may be reached at (651) 361-7857, (651) 361-7874, and (651) 361-7853, or via email at, and

Judge Lipman has been an Administrative Law Judge since 2006.

600 North Robert Street
St. Paul, MN 55101

PO Box 64620
St. Paul, MN 55164-0620

J.D., George Washington University National Law Center
B.A., Union College

Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings, Assistant Chief  Administrative Law Judge (2021-2022)
Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings, Administrative Law Judge (2006-2021)
Office of Governor Pawlenty, State Sex Offender Policy Coordinator (2004-2006)
Office of Governor Pawlenty, Acting General Counsel to the Governor (2005)
Minnesota House of Representatives, State Representative (2001-2004)
Private Practice of Law (2000-2004)
Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State, Deputy Secretary of State (1999-2000)
Minnesota House of Representatives, Research Consultant (1997-1998)
Rod Grams for U.S. Senate, Political Director (1996-1997)
Minnesota House of Representatives, Legislative Assistant (1996)
Private Practice of Law (1990-1995)
United States Claims Court, Law Clerk to the Honorable Christine Odell Cook Miller (1989-1990)


Minnesota State Bar Association, Administrative Law Section (Chairman, 2009-2010 and Section Council Member, 2006-2011)
Minnesota State Bar Association, Appellate Practice Section

Section Council Member, Minnesota State Bar Association, Criminal Law Section (2005-2007)
Member, Minnesota Citizens Commission for the Preservation of an Impartial Judiciary (the “Quie Commission”)  (2005-2006)
Member, Minnesota Council on Interstate Adult Offender Supervision (2005-2006)
Member, Election Law Task Force, Council of State Governments (2002)
Commissioner, Lake Elmo Planning Commission (1998-2000)
Member, Administrative Committee to the Board, Minnesota State Board of Investment (1998-2000)
Editor, Federal Bar Association’s Government Contracts Newsletter (1990-1996)

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