John Matthias

Mr. Matthias has led and participated in process analysis and improvement, and systems requirements-gathering projects in 35 states primarily in trial courts, but also in county justic agencies.

Areas of expertise include court operations; case management systems (CMS) for courts, probation, prosecution and integrated justice; business process modeling; collection of court debt; and court videoconferencing.

Mr. Matthias has worked on the following NCSC projects:

  • CMS RFP development and procurement assistance in Lake County, Illinois (2012-2013), Memphis, Tennessee (Court, Probation and Public Defender, 2012), Guam (Court and Public Defender, 2010), Reno Justice Court (2009), Suffolk County, New York (Prosecutor CMS 2009), South Dakota (2007), Washington (2007), and North Dakota (2006).
  • Statewide e-filing assessment in California (2010).
  • Caseflow management and performance measurement in Marion County, Indiana; Lafourche Parish, Louisiana; City of Olathe, Kansas; Ouachita Parish, Louisiana; City of Eugene, Oregon; Lake County, Indiana; Milwaukee, Wisconsing; among others.
  • Collection improvement assessments in South Dakota, Kansas, and Florida.
  • Assessment of countywide videoconferencing in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.

Mr. Matthias is an attorney, a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management's Court Executive Development Program (CEDP), and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

His books and publications include:

Contact Court Consulting Services for further assistance:

Laura G. Klaversma
(303) 308-4301