Information technology consultant for judicial systems. Notable consulting projects include the United States Supreme Court, Arkansas, and Massachusetts Supreme Court, and statewide court automation projects with, Delaware, Maine, New Jersey, South Carolina, Rhode Island and Vermont; and created the architectural concepts for the Orange County, Florida ICJIS project. Internationally, has provided consulting expertise to courts in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bahamas, Croatia, Egypt, Indonesia, Kosovo, Trinidad & Tobago, Serbia, Ukraine, Russia, the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal, and others.
Management and technical direction for the National Court Technology Conferences; faculty for numerous technology courses the Institute for Court Management and other organizations and conferences; co-editor of the Court Technology Bulletin and have written extensively for other magazines and journals. Founded and is the current Director of the E-Courts Conference, the largest conference on court electronic filing and communications in the world.
Co-author of A Guidebook for Electronic Court Filing and contributing author to Caseflow Management; the Heart of Court Management in the New Millennium and E-Justice, Using Information Communications Technologies in the Court System.
Over 30 years experience with personal computers, and computer networks. Computer hardware and software experience with local and remote communications (including fiber optic); routers, relational database, office automation, court case management, calendaring, electronic mail, spreadsheet, windows, imaging, electronic document management, electronic court filing, multimedia, and utility software. Experienced in relational database design using ERD and UML methodologies. Experience in developing NIEM IEPD standards.