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EJURY.COM REVIEW

The attorney prepares the case submission, which consists of facts from the perspective of each party. eJurors are paid to review the facts of the case, answer questions and submit the mock verdict.

Last updated: August 22, 2014



eJury was launched in 1999 by trial attorney Christopher L. Bagby who understood the power of internet crowding early. He found and fulfilled a need by creating online platform where lawyers can test their cases with virtual jurors before going to court. From his experience he knew that the main concern any attorney has when preparing the case is “What the jury will say?”. For this reason many law firms and attorneys before going to court, test their cases on targeted focus groups or mock trials to get feedback. However, this process is expensive and time consuming, and this is where eJury fits perfectly.  A decade and a half later eJury is the leader in virtual mock jury, they also provide focus groups research services.


So how does eJury work?

Very simple eJury acts as a intermediary between clients and users. Lawyers hire eJury.com to submit their cases for feedback. eJury distributes the cases to at least 50 targeted eJurors for evaluation. The virtual jurors carefully evaluate the cases and answer any questions from the comfort of their homes. eJury collects the verdicts, pays the eJurors, compiles, aggregates and distributes the results back to the attorneys.


Being a mock juror can be fun and rewarding experience, yes you can make money from home with it. They pay approximately $5-$10 per case, depending on the size and complexity of the case, upon receiving your evaluation to your PayPal account.

Important note: Register only if you live in major metro-area, especially in southwest where the service is the most popular. Don’t even bother registering if you live in rural area. This is due to the fact that, when attorneys submit their cases they specifically target eJurors in the area where they plan to take the case to the court. Simple logic tells us, the more people in area, the more attorneys who use the service, the more cases. If you live outside major metro-area it can take months if not years to do your first case.


In order to become eJuror you need to:

-be US citizen

-be at least 18 years old

-without criminal record and under any indictment

-have sound mind and good moral character

-have PayPal account

-without any association to insurance adjusting

-Without association to any legal, attorney or law entities

-have valid US drivers license.


If you comply with above you can proceed to 4 step registration process:

-Take the Oath

-Identity Verification

-Fill Demographic Profile

-Finalize Registration


After receiving verifying email informing you that you have been successful added as eJuror in their database, you sit and wait for the cases.

When a case targeting your demographics becomes available, you will receive an email invitation, which you can accept or decline.


On average evaluating single case can take up to half an hour. There is no cap on the number of cases you can take. This solely depends on how many attorneys  and how many other eJurors use the service in your area.


Alternative virtual jury platforms as eJury are: JuryTest.net, OnlineVerdict.com, SignUpDirect.com and JuryTalk.com

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