Gordon M. Griller is the Director of Trial Court Leadership Programs. His responsibilities are split between educational programming and court consulting. He has consulted, taught, and written on caseflow management (trial court delay), leadership, self-represented litigants, jury reform, visioning, planning, budgeting, and systems and procedures.
Before joining NCSC, Mr. Griller held numerous private and public positions dedicated to court improvement and reform, including Vice President for Justice Practices (2003-2006), State and Local Solutions Group, Affiliated Computer Systems (ACS, Inc.), a global, Fortune 500 business process outsourcing (BPO) and information technology (IT) outsourcing company; Administrator for all Trial Courts (2001-2003) and the Superior Court (1987-2001) of Arizona in Maricopa County (Phoenix); Judicial District Administrator (1978-1987) for the Second Judicial District of Minnesota in Ramsey County (St. Paul); and Court Administrator (1976-1978) for the Municipal Court of Hennepin County (Minneapolis), Minnesota.
Mr. Griller has a BA in Political Science and MA in Public
Administration from the University of Minnesota (Minneapolis). He is a
Graduate Fellow of the Institute for Court Management (1976), a founding
member of the Urban Court Managers’ Network, and has served on the
governing boards of the National Center for State Courts, the American
Judicature Society, and the National Conference of Metropolitan Courts.
Highlights of NCSC Projects
Contact Court Consulting Services for further assistance:
Laura G. Klaversma