Daniel Hall, vice president of the Court Consulting Services Division, oversees consulting work done by NCSC for the nation’s state courts. He also works with a consortium of international judicial organizations that has published the International Framework for Court Excellence, and has done consulting work in Australia, Bulgaria, Chile, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Nigeria, Peru, Spain and Singapore. Before joining NCSC, he was the director of planning and analysis for the Colorado Judicial Department, developing nationally recognized staffing models, including weighted caseload systems for court staff, judges and magistrates. He also served as executive director of the State Commission on Judicial Performance, overseeing the methodology used to evaluate judges facing retention elections. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in public administration from University of Colorado.