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The judicial system has a unique mission – to administer justice fairly and efficiently. Achieving this mission during a global pandemic comes with a distinct set of challenges. in court planning. Courts nationwide are struggling to strike a balance between carrying out essential functions and...

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The judicial system has a unique mission – to administer justice fairly and efficiently. Achieving this mission during an emergency comes with a distinct set of challenges in courthouse planning. The World Health Organization recently declared the Coronavirus a global pandemic. At such a time as...

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I was recently involved in an exciting analysis for a court jurisdiction with multiple courthouses spread across a sizable geographic area. Our goal was to consider whether the existing locations were in the right places, with the idea that the court should serve the people – even if that means...

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For over 20 years, I’ve participated in planning sessions with government agencies (mostly court planning), both as an analyst and as a facilitator. While each session has involved challenging issues, I can honestly say that each session has been a success. Part of this is due to the...

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Court planning firms and architectural firms have unique and sometimes overlapping skill sets. If your courthouse is out of space, suffers from deteriorating building conditions, lacks modern-day security features, fails to meet your court’s operational needs, or has suffered damage due to...

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