frequently-asked questions

You must be at least 18 years of age and a U.S. citizen in order to qualify and participate.

There are no fees to participate. You just need to provide some basic information to complete your juror profile. Questions include demographic questions such as your date of birth, marital status, ethnicity, employment status, etc. and you must also agree to the terms and conditions of the service. Your personal information will never be revealed to the participating attorneys nor any third-party. Your information is always held in the strictest confidence in accordance with our privacy policy.

Trial lawyers will post cases in your area and when there’s an eligible case in your jurisdiction, you’ll receive an email or SMS text notification from alerting you to your eligibility and to review materials and answer questions about the case at your convenience. If you accept, you will first be asked to agree to the confidentiality agreement and once that step is complete, you can then review the case at your convenience. The sooner you accept a case the better chance you’ll have at being chosen, as once we receive enough responses, the case will close and no additional participants will be selected. All you need to do after being accepted as a virtual juror will be to review the case materials and answer all questions regarding the case. There are no right or wrong answers. The legal professionals involved in the case benefit most from an your honest reaction and honest answers to the information being presented to you.

Each case’s compensation varies based on time consumption and complexity. You’re able to review the compensation before accepting the case and you must complete the entire survey in order to be rewarded. You will be rewarded with gift card(s) or rewards to use towards the purchase of gift card(s) depending on the case.

You may accept multiple cases however, cases are available based on activity in your district and how many other people have accepted the same case. The sooner you act, the more likely you’ll get chosen and put on a case.

Each case varies greatly depending on the complexity and the individual online juror. Before accepting a case, you will be given an average length of time to complete. From there you can determine if you will accept or reject the case. Your first cases will probably take the longest, but once you become familiar with the basic terminology, you’ll get faster the more you do.

You will be rewarded with gift card(s) or rewards to use towards the purchase of gift card(s) depending on the case. The more cases you sign up for, the more cool rewards you can quickly earn.

Join now by filling out the registration form below.