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Having a courtroom layout that provides sufficient space for each type of user is critical. The courtroom is the location where three separate circulation zones intersect: public circulation for spectators, family members, and litigators; restricted circulation for the judge, court staff, and...

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Do you believe your court could benefit from a planning effort that sets a vision for the future? Have you undertaken planning exercises in the past that seemed comprehensive at the time, but became obsolete due to unforeseen external factors? Was there a change in leadership in your court...

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Open offices, and related concepts like mobility and flexible workspaces, have been the trend for quite a while. Many large companies and even government agencies have ditched traditional private offices for open-plan layouts. However, in recent years, the reaction to this trend has been...

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Stop me if you have heard this one before. What do dissonant 10th-century Danish tribes and your home office devices have in common? They were both united by Bluetooth!

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A common challenge in existing courthouses is constructing a new courtroom to accommodate growth in judges. Many existing courthouses, especially older facilities, have space constraints such as narrow column spans, lack of secure circulation pathways, and lack of vacant and available space,...

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