Subject Matter Experts | eDevLearn

eDevLearn’s subject matter experts are experienced professionals who offer strategic consulting for business and education. They built their subject matter expertise through personal experience in their industry. Now, through eDevLearn consulting services, they offer that expertise to businesses and organizations. Meet our subject matter experts.

Janet Cornell

    

Janet has over 40 years of experience in courts and court system leadership. She is a consultant, presenter, and author with local, state, federal and international experience in engaging, educating and consulting with judges, court staff and justice system professionals. Consulting and presentations have occurred in 25 states, and 6 countries.

 

Hope Kentnor MSLA, PhD

  

Hope Kentnor, the founder of eDevLaw, is a visionary in online learning. She has designed and developed online courses, developed curricula, served as a faculty member, and trained faculty and administrators in online learning. She holds a Doctorate in Online Curriculum and Instruction and a Master’s degree in Law Practice Management-Administration.
 

Peter Kiefer



Peter C. Kiefer is a career court veteran with over 40 years experience working with trial courts in Oregon, Arizona, and California. He has been an administrator in general jurisdiction and limited jurisdiction trial courts; he has also worked for state court administrative offices in both Oregon and California.
 

Phillip Knox



Phil is the principal consultant of KSA Consulting Solutions, LLC and Executive Director of MK Litigation Solutions, Inc. Both firms provide services for courts, government and private business. Previously, Phil gained invaluable experience working in a number of courts and law firms across the country.
 

Norman Meyer

  

Norman Meyer is a court administration expert after a 38 year career as a trial court administrator in the state and federal U.S. courts. Mr. Meyer has written and spoken widely on judicial administration in the United States and abroad, and is currently writing a court management blog.
 

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