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  1. 1. GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY Prepared for: Golden Gate University Prepared by: MKThink The information contained in this drawing is the sole property of MKThink. Any reproduction in part or as a whole without the written permission of MKThink is prohibited. W www.mkthink.comT 415.402.0888MKThink A RoundhouseOne 1500 Sansome Street, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94111 09.09.13Lawyering skills program - DESIGN GUIDELINES
  2. 2. 2 Roundhouse One, 1500 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94111 p 415 402 0888 f 415 288 3383 mkthink.com All drawings and written material contained herein constitute original and unpublished work of the Studio and may not be duplicated, used or disclosed without written consent of the Studio. Accuracy of drawings is for design purposes only. Do not scale off drawings. Lawyering Skills Program Design Guidelines Client: Golden Gate University 536 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 9/9/13 Prepared By: MKThink Guiding Principles & Building Blocks Lawyering Skills Program - Guiding Principles and Building Blocks OBJECTIVE 6: LAWYERING SKILLS PROGRAM UTILIZATION 3 classes per semester (2 day, 1 night) 3 to 4 days per week 3 to 4 hours per day PROGRAM Summer STEP classes - 25 per section Fall and Spring classes - 16 per section Smaller Trial teams of 4-8 Competitions - space needed to host larger, cross-school trials Events - ceremonial space for special events and procedural meetings Finals - up to 7 smaller trials and exams ROOMS Large Courtroom - 3201 (1,589 SF) Medium Courtroom - 3203 (1,088 SF) Small Courtroom - 3200 (665 SF) Baxter Room - 3205 (513 SF) Storage - (100 SF; For posterboards, easels, exhibits, technology, robes) Feature the Lawyering Skills Program as a distinguishing asset of the Law School - Create physical spaces that facilitate the pedagogical focus on advocacy and courtroom training, as well as provide naming opportunities - Establish the program as a source of pride that hosts competitions and events with other law schools - Leverage the physical space in support of the law school’s goal to become nationally renowned for its litigation and advocacy training Design a space to support interactive programs where law students receive hands-on learning - Support the concept of experiential versus lecture-based learning, and align with the law school’s pedagogical stance as a ‘practice-ready’ graduate program - House state-of-the-art technology that is being used in real courtrooms - Plan for varying uses and flexible work spaces, in particular for teams of 4-8, and groups of 16 and 25-30 - Create a realistic, simulated courtroom experience - Be able to hold mock trials and competitions in a space that accurately reflects an actual courtroom -Provide a space for informal learning, gathering, and research - Create spaces for informal research and study for smaller groups (4-8) GUIDING PRINCIPLES BUILDING BLOCKS UTILIZATION 3 classes per semester (2 day, 1 night) 3 to 4 days per week 3 to 4 hours per day PROGRAM Summer STEP classes - 25 per section Fall and Spring classes - 16 per section Smaller Trial teams of 4-8 Competitions - space needed to host larger, cross-school trials Events - ceremonial space for special events and procedural meetings Finals - up to 7 smaller trials and exams ROOMS Large Courtroom - 3201 (1,589 SF) Medium Courtroom - 3203 (1,088 SF) Small Courtroom - 3200 (665 SF) Baxter Room - 3205 (513 SF) Storage - (100 SF; For posterboards, easels, exhibits, technology, robes) Design a space to support interactive programs where law students receive hands-on learning - Support the concept of experiential versus lecture-based learning, and align with the law school’s pedagogical stance as a ‘practice-ready’ graduate program - House state-of-the-art technology that is being used in real courtrooms - Plan for varying uses and flexible work spaces, in particular for teams of 4-8, and groups of 16 and 25-30 - Create a realistic, simulated courtroom experience - Be able to hold mock trials and competitions in a space that accurately reflects an actual courtroom -Provide a space for informal learning, gathering, and research - Create spaces for informal research and study for smaller groups (4-8) BUILDING BLOCKS Note: The following diagrams are intended to be used as design guidelines for the Lawyering Skills Program. Accuracy of drawings is for design purposes only. Exact items depicted and outlined in these drawings are subject to change.
  3. 3. 3 Roundhouse One, 1500 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94111 p 415 402 0888 f 415 288 3383 mkthink.com All drawings and written material contained herein constitute original and unpublished work of the Studio and may not be duplicated, used or disclosed without written consent of the Studio. Accuracy of drawings is for design purposes only. Do not scale off drawings. Lawyering Skills Program Design Guidelines Client: Golden Gate University 536 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 9/9/13 Prepared By: MKThink Room 3201 Large Moot Court 22’ - 4” 31’-2” 3’ - 0” 9’ - 0” 4’-8” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 1 Judge’s Bench 9’-0” x 4’-8” Raised up one step; can be accessed from behind witness stand. University seal displayed. CPU, monitor,control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector) Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 2 Witness Stand 3’-0” x 2’-0” Witness needs to be able to sit and have evidence placed before him or her. None 6’ - 0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 3 Counsel Tables 6’-0” x 3’-0” Table and chairs must be large enough to place documents, books, and laptops. None 3’-0” 2’ - 6” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 4 Teacher’s Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable podium used for lecture classes. CPU, monitor, control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector). 2’-0” 5’ - 0” 2’-0” 3’ - 0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 5 Counsel Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Used for counsel members to present before the court. None 2’-0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 6 Classroom Tables 5’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable and stackable tables and chairs. None Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 7 Whiteboards, Screens 8’-0”, 4’-0” Drop-down projection screens to present to the larger court and evidence to the witness stand. Whiteboards along teaching walls. Integrated with control panel. Item Type: Dimensions: Description: 8 Operable Partition NA Marker board on one side. 2’-0” General Description: Tools and Technology: Special A/V Needs: The room can be used as a larger courtroom for special events, as well as configured into two smaller rooms, which can be used for smaller trial classes and standard lectures. All furniture will have some degree of mobility. Whiteboard, projector, computer, document camera, DVD player, video cameras, microphones, phone, clock. Floor mounts to remain in existing locations. Two cameras will be mounted to capture video in the well space. A fixed camera will be cover the judge’s bench and witness stand. A second camera will pan and zoom around the counsel podium. There will be A/V integrated into the judge’s bench, which will include a CPU, a monitor to display the camera visuals and the screen projections, and a control panel. There will be two drop-down projection screens within the well space, one near the counsel podium, and one adjacent to the witness stand. Microphones will be mounted from the ceiling. Whiteboard Projector Screens WIDEN DOORWAY FIXED SEATING ON TIERED LEVEL FOR BACK TWO ROWS 2’ 6’ JUDGE’S BENCH VISIBLE FROM CORRIDOR COUNSEL PODIUM CENTERED WITH JUDGE(S) 1,589 SF Seating: 58 Jury/Class 4 Counsel/Class 1 Witness 3 Judges ROOM 3201 - LARGE MOOT COURT Room SF: 1,589 Seating: 66 Well: 31’-2” x 22’-4” INDICATORS IN CARPET TO DENOTE WELL SPACE INDICATORS IN CARPET TO IDENTIFY FURNITURE PLACEMENT FLOOR BOX
  4. 4. 4 Roundhouse One, 1500 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94111 p 415 402 0888 f 415 288 3383 mkthink.com All drawings and written material contained herein constitute original and unpublished work of the Studio and may not be duplicated, used or disclosed without written consent of the Studio. Accuracy of drawings is for design purposes only. Do not scale off drawings. Lawyering Skills Program Design Guidelines Client: Golden Gate University 536 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 9/9/13 Prepared By: MKThink Room 3201 Trial Court / Lecture Classroom 22’ - 4” 31’-2” 3’ - 0” 9’ - 0” 4’-8” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 1 Judge’s Bench 9’-0” x 4’-8” Raised up one step; can be accessed from behind witness stand. University seal displayed. CPU, monitor,control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector) Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 2 Witness Stand 3’-0” x 2’-0” Witness needs to be able to sit and have evidence placed before him or her. None 6’ - 0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 3 Counsel Tables 6’-0” x 3’-0” Table and chairs must be large enough to place documents, books, and laptops. None 3’-0” 2’ - 6” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 4 Teacher’s Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable podium used for lecture classes. CPU, monitor, control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector). 2’-0” 5’ - 0” 2’-0” 3’ - 0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 5 Counsel Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Used for counsel members to present before the court. None 2’-0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 6 Classroom Tables 5’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable and stackable tables and chairs. None Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 7 Whiteboards, Screens 8’-0”, 4’-0” Drop-down projection screens to present to the larger court and evidence to the witness stand. Whiteboards along teaching walls. Integrated with control panel. Item Type: Dimensions: Description: 8 Operable Partition NA Marker board on one side. 2’-0” General Description: Tools and Technology: Special A/V Needs: The room can be used as a larger courtroom for special events, as well as configured into two smaller rooms, which can be used for smaller trial classes and standard lectures. All furniture will have some degree of mobility. Whiteboard, projector, computer, document camera, DVD player, video cameras, microphones, phone, clock. Floor mounts to remain in existing locations. Two cameras will be mounted to capture video in the well space. A fixed camera will be cover the judge’s bench and witness stand. A second camera will pan and zoom around the counsel podium. There will be A/V integrated into the judge’s bench, which will include a CPU, a monitor to display the camera visuals and the screen projections, and a control panel. There will be two drop-down projection screens within the well space, one near the counsel podium, and one adjacent to the witness stand. Microphones will be mounted from the ceiling. Whiteboard Projector Screens WIDEN DOORWAY FIXED SEATING ON TIERED LEVEL FOR BACK TWO ROWS 2’ 6’ PRIMARYTEACHINGWALL JUDGE’S BENCH VISIBLE FROM CORRIDOR COUNSEL PODIUM CENTERED WITH JUDGE(S) 893 SF Seating: 38 38 Class 696 SF Seating:18 10 Jury/Class 4 Counsel/Class 1 Witness 3 Judges ROOM 3201 - TRIAL COURT / LECTURE CLASSROOM Room SF: 696, 893 Seating: 18, 38 Well: 31’-2” x 22’-4” INDICATORS IN CARPET TO IDENTIFY FURNITURE PLACEMENT 4 STACKED TABLES FLOOR BOX CLASSROOM TABLE USED FOR ADDITIONAL TEACHER SPACE NEEDS
  5. 5. 5 Roundhouse One, 1500 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94111 p 415 402 0888 f 415 288 3383 mkthink.com All drawings and written material contained herein constitute original and unpublished work of the Studio and may not be duplicated, used or disclosed without written consent of the Studio. Accuracy of drawings is for design purposes only. Do not scale off drawings. Lawyering Skills Program Design Guidelines Client: Golden Gate University 536 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 9/9/13 Prepared By: MKThink Room 3203 Trial Courtroom ROOM 3203 - TRIAL COURTROOM 3’ - 0” 9’ - 0” 4’-8” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 1 Judge’s Bench 9’-0” x 4’-8” Raised up one step; can be accessed from behind witness stand. University seal displayed. CPU, monitor, microphone, control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector) Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 2 Witness Stand 3’-0” x 2’-0” Witness needs to be able to sit and have evidence placed before him or her. None 6’ - 0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 3 Counsel Tables 6’-0” x 3’-0” Table and chairs must be large enough to place documents, books, and laptops. None 3’-0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 4 Teacher’s Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable podium used for lecture classes. CPU, monitor, control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector) 5’ - 0” 2’-0” 3’ - 0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 5 Counsel Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Used for counsel members to present before the court. Can be used as a teaching surface and/or storage. None 2’-0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 6 Classroom Tables 5’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable and stackable tables and chairs. None 7 2’-0” General Description: Tools and Technology: Special A/V Needs: The room can be configured for trial classes and standard lectures. All furniture will have some degree of mobility. Whiteboard, projector, computer, document camera, DVD player, video cameras, microphones, phone, clock. Two cameras will be mounted to capture video in the well space. A fixed camera will be cover the judge’s bench and witness stand. A second camera will pan and zoom around the counsel podium. There will be A/V integrated into the judge’s bench, which will include a CPU, a monitor to display the camera visuals and the screen projections, and a control panel. There will be two drop-down projection screens within the well space, one near the counsel podium, and one adjacent to the witness stand. Microphones will be mounted from the ceiling. JUDGE’S BENCH VISIBLE FROM CORRIDOR COUNSEL PODIUM CENTERED WITH JUDGE(S) PRIMARYTEACHINGWALL 2’ - 6” 2’-0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: Whiteboards, Screens 8’-0”, 4’-0” Drop-down projection screens to present to the larger court and evidence to the witness stand. Whiteboards along teaching walls. Integrated with control panel. Whiteboard Projector Screens 2’ 6’ 22’ - 0” 29’-6” 1,088 SF Seating: 38 30 Jury/Class 4 Counsel/Class 1 Witness 3 Judges Room SF: 1,088 Seating: 38 Well: 29’-6” x 22’-0” WIDEN DOORWAY INDICATORS IN CARPET TO DENOTE WELL SPACE INDICATORS IN CARPET TO IDENTIFY FURNITURE PLACEMENT FLOOR BOX
  6. 6. 6 Roundhouse One, 1500 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94111 p 415 402 0888 f 415 288 3383 mkthink.com All drawings and written material contained herein constitute original and unpublished work of the Studio and may not be duplicated, used or disclosed without written consent of the Studio. Accuracy of drawings is for design purposes only. Do not scale off drawings. Lawyering Skills Program Design Guidelines Client: Golden Gate University 536 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 9/9/13 Prepared By: MKThink Room 3200 Small Trial Courtroom ROOM 3200 - SMALL TRIAL COURTROOM 3’ - 0” Dimensions: Description: Technology: Judge’s Bench 9’-0” x 4’-8” Raised up one step; can be accessed from behind witness stand. University seal attached. CPU, monitor, microphone, control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector) Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: Witness Stand Witness Stand 3’-0” x 2’-0” Witness needs to be able to sit and have evidence placed before him or her. None Dimensions: Description: Technology: Counsel / Classroom Tables 5’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable and stackable tables and chairs. None Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: Teacher’s Podium Teacher’s Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Moveable podium used for lecture classes. CPU, monitor, control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector) 5’ - 0” 2’-0” 3’ - 0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: Counsel Podium Counsel Podium 3’-0” x 2’-0” Used for counsel members to present before the court. None 2’-0” Screens 2’-0” General Description: Tools and Technology: Special A/V Needs: The room can be configured for trial classes and standard lectures. All furniture will have some degree of mobility. Whiteboard, projector, computer, document camera, DVD player, video cameras, microphones, phone, clock. One camera will be mounted to catch video in the well space. A fixed camera will be cover the judge’s bench and witness stand. Integrated into the judge’s bench will be a CPU, a monitor to display the camera visuals and the screen projections, and an A/V control panel. There will be two drop-down projection screens within the well space, one near the counsel podium, and one adjacent to the witness stand. Microphones will be mounted from the ceiling. JUDGE’S BENCH VISIBLE FROM CORRIDOR COUNSEL PODIUM CENTERED WITH JUDGE PRIMARY TEACHING WALL 5’ - 6” 5’-6” 2’ - 6” 2’-0” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: Whiteboards, Screens 8’-0”, 4’-0” Drop-down projection screens to present to the larger court and evidence to the witness stand. Whiteboards along teaching walls. Integrated with control panel. Whiteboard Projector Screens 2’ 6’ Room SF: 665 Seating: 18 Well: 22’-10” x 15’-3” 22’ - 10” 15’-3” 665 SF Seating: 18 12 Jury/Class 4 Counsel/Class 1 Witness 1 Judges INDICATORS IN CARPET TO DENOTE WELL SPACE INDICATORS IN CARPET TO IDENTIFY FURNITURE PLACEMENT FOLDED TABLE FOR TEACHER USE DURING LECTURE CLASSES WIDEN DOORWAY FLOOR BOX
  7. 7. 7 Roundhouse One, 1500 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94111 p 415 402 0888 f 415 288 3383 mkthink.com All drawings and written material contained herein constitute original and unpublished work of the Studio and may not be duplicated, used or disclosed without written consent of the Studio. Accuracy of drawings is for design purposes only. Do not scale off drawings. Lawyering Skills Program Design Guidelines Client: Golden Gate University 536 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94105 9/9/13 Prepared By: MKThink Room 3205 Baxter Room ROOM 3205 - BAXTER ROOM General Description: Tools and Technology: Special A/V Needs: The room serves as the central hub for the Lawyering Skills Program. A variety of programs take place in the room, including individual and group study, office hours, trial court practice, as well as the occasional class lecture. All walls will be covered in whiteboard paint. Projector and screen, computer, document camera, DVD player, mobile smartboard, phone, clock. Integrated A/V for the two office workstations. Additionally, the room will be prototyping a mobile smartboard. 6’ - 0” 2’-6” Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 1 Baxter Fellow Workstation 6’-0” x 2’-6” Office workstations for Baxter Fellows. CPU, phone. Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 2 Work Tables 5’-0” x 2’-0” Mobile, reconfigurable tables and chairs for individual and group study and work. None Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 3 Lounge Seating Undecided Comfortable seating for study and work. None Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 4 Credenza & Monitor Undecided Built-in credenza to take the place of a teacher’s podium. CPU, monitor,control panel (A/V, lighting, monitor, and projector) Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 5 Mobile Smartboard Undecided Writing board with integrated technology. Projector, screen, access to internet. Item Type: Dimensions: Description: Technology: 6 Shelving Undecided Built-in shelving systems to store Lawerying Skills Program material. None 5’ - 0” 2’-0” 2’ 6’ Room SF: 513 Seating: 15 513 SF Seating: 15 TRANSPARENT PARTITION BAXTER FELLOWS WORKSTATIONS VISIBLE FROM CORRIDOR STOREFRONT OPENING

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