A Public Inquiry was tasked with the review of a government decision to close a juvenile mental health facility. The Inquiry needed to collect, review and analyse evidence submitted by numerous interested parties. Evidence would then be presented to witnesses during several rounds of public hearings.
The Inquiry required a single ‘collaboration forum’ capable of supporting the needs of the Inquiry team and the interested parties. Timeframes were tight and there was a high level of public interest in the Inquiry. The allocated hearing room was not ‘wired’ for a traditional eTrial. There were no monitors on the bar tables and hearings would stop and start several times over an extended period. The Inquiry also wanted to minimise costs by allowing parties to provide their own devices in the hearing room.
An innovative solution was required.
Delium was selected as the ideal solution after analysis of a range of alternative products.