John P. Doerner, Principal Court Management Consultant, has expertise in financial and managerial positions, including 25 years with the Colorado Judicial Branch. He has developed excellent in-depth knowledge of both the financial and operational components of the judicial system including the trial and appellate courts, probation departments and related agencies. Mr. Doerner possesses a unique combination of educational qualifications and professional certifications, effective communication skills and ability to analyze organizations.
His education includes an MBA / Accounting degree by the University of Colorado at Denver, and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration by the College of St. Francis, Illinois.
Highlights of NCSC Projects
- Arkansas Appellate Courts; Analysis of Proposed Rule Changes Regarding Unpublished Opinions
- Iowa Supreme Court Workflow and Reorganizational Analysis
- New York Supreme Court, First Appellate Department; Case Complexity Study
- Operational Assessment for the City of Surprise, Arizona
- Study of Caseflow and Case Complexity for the Minnesota Court of Appeals
- Facility Planning for Admans County, Pennsylvania
- Arizona Appellate Performance Measurement System
- Massachusetts Appeals Court Organizational Assessment
- Montana Department of Revenue Statewide Records Management System
- Louisiana Supreme Court Organizational Assessment
- DeKalb County (Georgia) Recorders Court
- Statewide Courthouse Facility Planning for the State of Hawaii