Attorney Sign Up
Fill out the form below to register your firm to use TrialJuries. There is no expense or obligation until you actually submit a case for jury review.
Once your firm is registered, you will be able to create a user account for yourself and anyone else who may wish to use TrialJuries. Then, when you submit cases, you can designate who from your firm should have access to each case file.
The form below is only for law firms wishing to use TrialJuries to submit a case - if you want to sign up to be a juror, read the information on the right side of the screen and then click the "Continue" button below.
Juror Sign Up
Signing up for TrialJuries is easy. Once you sign up, you will be eligible to receive assignments and be a part of the "virtual juries" that review cases submitted by our participating law firms. You will then provide feedback to these law firms by answering questions about your response to the case, the facts and the lawyers' arguments -- often the same sort of questions that real juries answer in court. Your feedback will help our participating law firms better understand the strengths and weaknesses of their cases.
Please note that signing up makes you eligible to receive case assignments, but does not guarantee that you will receive cases. Our case assignments are based on the nature and location of the cases submitted by participating law firms. Within certain constraints, case assignments to individual jurors are made on a random basis.
What do you get by signing up? We will pay you for your effort with us. Your work to review the attorneys' case submissions and answer their questions should take about an hour. In most cases, we'll pay you $30. For more complex cases, we'll pay you more. Payments are made via PayPal within a few days of your completion of your work on each case. Not only that -- it's interesting!
How does it work? In a nutshell, the attorneys submit a profile of their case, from both sides of the dispute. These submissions might be written statements, or audio files that you listen to, or even videos. When you are selected to work on a case you will get an e mail invitation. You then log on to our site, review the "evidence" and answer questions about your responses to the case and evidence.
What do you have to do to be a juror? The requirements for being a TrialJuries juror are much like those for being a "real" juror. You must be at least 18 years of age, be a United States citizen and not have been convicted of a felony.
There are no obligations and you can discontinue your participation at any time. You are not required to accept case invitations (though we certainly hope that you will).