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Lorna Cameron

Lorna Cameron

Lorna Cameron BA Arch, MA IntArch is Senior Lecturer, MA Interior Architecture at the University of Lincoln, while writing her PhD thesis on the implications of the Courts Reforms programme on access to justice and the design of courts in the future. Lorna was co-author of the Nightingale Courts Report May 2020 with HHJ Guy Kearl QC, Richard Wright, QC, and  Daniel Bonich. The views expressed here are the author’s own.

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The Nightingale COVID-19 response

Evaluating the temporary courtrooms and remote hearings set up to support the justice system through COVID: how should we deliver justice now and onwards? asks Lorna Cameron

05 October 2021

Do our buildings make us? Covid-19 and the courts reforms

Are our courts just buildings or something more? What role does the physical courtroom play? Rapid steps towards remote hearings today, while essential during the pandemic, could also inform future decisions on court closures warns Lorna Cameron

16 April 2020
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