Designing your law office: a guide to space planning, renovation and relocation
American Bar Association, Section of Economics of Law Practice, 1988 - Law - 184 pages
This work describes the factors to consider when planning a new law office design, such as hiring an architect, timetables, budget factors, and layout. It includes checklists, diagrams, and a bibliography.
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Planning Work Areas in the Law Firm
The Design Process
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additional administrative budget building cabinets cable carpet ceiling chair Checklist client computer room computer terminal conference rooms cost credenza desk direct inward dial doors drawer dumbwaiter electrical elevator employees Ended Ended Ended equipment Ergonomic facilities firm's fixtures floor footcandles furniture glare height HVAC inches installed Karen Nussbaum laser printer law firm lawyers lease lighting linear feet located mail/messenger material MOV MIS MOV MOV MOV move moving company National Law Journal needs number of attorneys office automation office space outlets panels paralegals partners person practice areas printer PRIOR TO MOVE-IN private offices reception room receptionist renovation Rentable Area seating secretarial area sound baffles SPA SPA SPA SPA SYS space planner space requirements Special specific square feet standard storage supplies surface systems furniture tenant terminals twisted-pair typically Usable Area vendor visitors visual privacy wall wiring workers workstation