Jim McMillan joined the National Center for State Courts in October 1990 and currently serves as a Principle Court Technology Consultant.
Mr. McMillan is senior faculty for the Institute for Court Management, and has provided technical assistance for trial and appellate courts and administrative offices in all 50 states in the USA. Notable consulting projects include the United States Supreme Court, Arkansas, and Massachusetts Supreme Court, and statewide court automation projects with Rhode Island, Maine, New Jersey, and South Carolina.
Internationally, Mr. McMillan has provided expertise to courts in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bahamas, Croatia, Egypt, Trinidad & Tobago, Serbia, Ukraine, Russia, and the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal.
As Director of the Court Technology Laboratory for eleven years he was the co-recipient of the Howell Heflin Outstanding Project Award from the State Justice Institute and was co-founder of Courtroom 21 with the College of William and Mary School of Law.
He is co-author of A Guidebook for Electronic Court Filing and a contributing author to Caseflow Management: The Heart of Court Management in the New Millennium.