A government legal agency was prosecuting related child abuse cases on behalf of 500 elderly plaintiffs.
The evidence in these cases was sourced from National Archives and consisted of over 25,000 aged paper documents. The documents contained significant quantities of handwriting. There were 500 stories to be examined, each with their own unique, but often overlapping document sets.
The cases posed two interesting challenges that Delium addressed with ease.
- How could 500 individual case databases be managed in a way that was not cumbersome or time-consuming?
- How could technology in the Courtroom support elderly witnesses, some with significant visual disabilities?