Curtin University Law School


overview


Located in Perth, Western Australia, 57 Murray Street was built in 1912 for the Public Health and Medical Department as a centre for government bureaucracy, policy and innovation. 57 Murray Street is on Western Australia’s State Register of Heritage Places. The National Trust (WA) has managed 57 Murray St since 2010 on behalf of the community and government of Western Australia. Source:  http://www.57murraystreet.com.au/

Curtin University have converted this historic building into the University’s Law School, complete with state-of-the-art Collaborative Teaching Spaces, Moot Court, Digital Recording, Remote Witness Facilities and Overflow Gallery.

All technology is managed by an AMX control solution. There has been particular emphasis on RMS given the building is remote to Curtin’s Bentley Campus and managed under the University’s central support structure.

Modernisation of the internal fitout has been completed whilst maintaining the heritage value of the building. The AV facilities have been installed with minimal impact to the building.

The solution is designed to meet Curtin University’s facility standards. The standout feature of this installation is the Moot Court, which is designed to mimic the facilities available in the Western Australian Courts system…. With a few improvements!

The Seminar Rooms have been configured as collaborative teaching spaces with a range of technologies and a high degree of automation including:

  • Lecture recording facilities
  • Tracking PTZ cameras
  • Videoconferencing
  • Wireless presentation facilities
  • And more….
Collaborative Classroom
Classroom projection screens
Moot Court Officer
Moot Court Judge
Moot Court Touchscreen
Classroom Technology
Hassell Studio
Department of Fire & Emergency Services Simulation System