Julia Annie Clay Lippman

  • 200 Clarendon Street
  • Boston, MA 02116
  • USA

Julia Lippman is an associate in the Boston office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.

Ms. Lippman represents clients, including healthcare and government contracts clients, in internal government investigations as well as False Claims Act (FCA) and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act litigation. She has represented clients in a wide range of government contract litigation matters, including appeals at the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals and bid protests before the US Government Accountability Office and the US Court of Federal Claims.

Ms. Lippman has also counseled on government contract matters, including in connection with potential transactions, subcontracting, and contract administration and compliance issues. She has advised clients in a broad range of industries, including aerospace, construction, non-profit, and services. She focuses her pro bono work primarily on asylum matters including successfully obtaining asylum for a client who was the victim of violence in his native country. Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Lippman was an associate at international law firms in Washington, D.C. and Boston.

Ms. Lippman earned her JD from The George Washington University Law School where she served as senior notes editor for the Public Contracts Law Journal, was a member of the Moot Court Board, and served as a Dean’s Fellow. While in law school, Ms. Lippman was an intern for Judge Susan G. Braden of the United States Court of Federal Claims and a summer clerk for the United States Civilian Board of Contract Appeals.

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