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The changing face of justice: The architecture of the Australian courthouse.

Brawn, Graham
June 4, 2015

Source: (2009) Architecture Australia. September/October: 39-47.

Justice, the administration of justice and concepts of an ideal
courthouse have recently undergone a period of review, change
and paradigm shifts, similar to that seen in the corporate workplace
and in learning and healing places. The role of the courts, the scope
and relevance of justice services, the structure and operation of court
administration and the importance of appropriate architectures have
received, and still receive, critical strategic attention, which began in the
mid to late 1980s. (Excerpt).


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