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Designing public spaces for law schools

13 March 2012

Bricks & Bytes - ABA Law School Facilities Conference, San Diego, CA

Tom Kearns, Shepley Bulfinch
Melanie Dunshee, Duke University School of Law
James Heller, William & Mary - Marshall-Wythe School of Law

At this year’s American Bar Association conference, Tom Kearns discusses the challenges and opportunities in defining spaces that promote social interaction and create a sense of community. He is joined on the panel by Melanie Dunshee of Duke University School of Law and James Heller of the College of William & Mary’s Marshall-Wyths School of Law.

Shepley Bulfinch’s recent law school work includes Duke University Law School, Elon University Law School, and Denver Unversity Sturm College of Law, the country’s first LEED Gold certified law school. Marquette University Law School, which Shepley completed in 2010, is featured in other Bricks & Bytes workshops, including panels on Evolving Staff Needs; Security Issues; and Learning to Share Space.

Conference program