Attorney Steve’s – SHOW ME DA MONEY [Online Jurors]!!!
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Ever wish you could make money sitting at home doing what you love (listening to interesting legal disputes and being an online juror)? Well, Attorney Steve has a few websites you might want to check into to turn your daydreams into dispute deniro! We do not recommend or endorse any site, this is for entertainment purposes only!
5 websites where you might be able to make money as an online juror
As usual, Attorney Steve has been working overtime to bring you some “out-of-the-box” (jury box that is) opportunities! Here are some websites to check into!
1. Online Verdict – According to their website:
“Sign up: Provide some basic demographic information to qualify as a juror in your county and/ or federal district. Review and respond:
When an attorney posts an eligible case in your county or federal district, you will receive an email invitation from OnlineVerdict to review the case at your convenience (once enough responses are received, the case will close and no additional participants are needed.)
After accepting the invitation to be an online juror, you will be asked to agree to the confidentiality policy, review the case materials and answer all questions about that case. There are no right or wrong answers. Attorneys benefit most from your honest reaction to the information that was presented to you. Get paid: Juror payment is made by check once per month.
How many cases can you expect? Their FAQ section notes:
Q: How many cases can I expect in my area? A: Unfortunately, we cannot respond to every case frequency question about every county in the United States. The number of cases available to review is dependent on the number of attorneys in your area using our system at any given time. In general, major metropolitan areas tend to have more activity than smaller counties, but we do have cases all across the country. We started out in the Midwest but are growing nationally every day. As soon as a case is available to review you will be notified at the email address we have on file.
How about DA MONEY?
Their FAQ section talks about what you might get paid as an online juror:
“Q: How much will I get paid?
A: Each case review may take anywhere from 20-60 minutes to complete depending on the length of the case summary and the number of attorney-provided questions. Juror payment amounts ($20-$60) reflect the amount of time we estimate it takes to review a case. The amount of payment for each case will be noted in the email invitation you receive. Checks are mailed 1-2 weeks after you complete your case review.”
This is another interesting website and the company helps lawyers with mock trial research to better understand how a jury may react to a particular case. According to their homepage:
“Mock Jury Recruitment: Mock trial research provides virtual insight into how jury-eligible persons will react to your case prior to the trial or ADR in the venue desired. Counsel from your firm observes the mock jury’s deliberations and processes for reaching their decisions. Resolution Research® works with your firm to tailor the mock jury to meet your exact needs.”
Their website goes on to discuss the benefits to attorneys of having a MOCK TRIAL before you hold the REAL TRIAL in the courtroom:
“Benefits of a mock trial include the ability to:
-Identify effectual and ineffectual arguments & presentations from both sides;
-Help counsel understand how jurors are likely to reach a verdict;
-Evaluate potential liability and damage issues;
– Test key jury decisions based upon any element desired including evidence, exhibits & props, testimony, claims, and so forth;
-Illuminate areas of your case needing improvement.
They have a link where you can request to participate. As for money, you will have to check with them to see what their compensation package is as I did not see it on their website.
This site also provides an online legal experience for you thrill seekers out there who like riveting legal disputes. According to their website:
“eJury has revolutionized the way attorneys prepare for trial. Our online Mock Juries and Focus Groups allow large groups of people to help attorneys determine case value, develop case themes, find the facts to emphasize, and learn “public” attitudes. The results are a tangible, persuasive tool used to promote settlement or prepare for trial”
Here is a link to their eJury signup page. They do have some qualifications you have to meet however. For example they note:
Just like actual jury service in the United States, to qualify as an eJuror, you must:
be at least 18 years of age;
be a citizen of the United States;
be of sound mind and good moral character;
be able to read and write;
have never been convicted of a felony;
and not be under indictment or other legal accusation of misdemeanor theft or felony theft or any felony charge.
In addition, due to the confidential nature of our cases, you must:
not be an actively practicing attorney, paralegal, or legal assistant;
not be employed by or associated with an attorney or law firm;
not be related to a practicing attorney within the first degree of affinity (marriage) or within second degree of consanguinity (blood);
and not be employed as an insurance adjuster, nor associated with the adjusting of liability claims.”
If you are still standing after all those caveats, eJury may have a spot for you. Call them to check it out! As for DA MONEY here’s what they say:
“For each verdict rendered, eJurors are paid $5 – $10 depending on the length of the case. The amount to be paid will be shown at the top of each case. You certainly won’t get rich serving as an eJuror, but just one case a week would probably pay for your Internet access.”
Yet another online portal is Jury Talk. This website touts:
“If you want to earn additional money and have an enjoyable, stimulating time doing so, You may be interested in signing up as a Research Juror for our one day legal focus groups and mock trials. They are conducted by the Wilmington Institute Network a nationally recognized trial and settlement psychology firm that has been conducting focus groups and mock trials in important legal cases for 40 years. Research jurors listen to a case at law presented in a brief format by skilled attorneys and then give their opinions about the case.
Simply click on the Juror Registration Sign Up Button below, complete the online application, and submit.”
I was not able to locate any info about DA MOMEY so that is a question you will have to ask them.
Finally, another website that may help you work from home analyzing interesting legal cases is Virtual Jury. Their website notes:
“Virtual Jury™ is an online focus group. Once you have registered, you become an important part of our jury panel. When we have a focus group to conduct in your venue we will contact you and invite you to participate. At that time you will given specific instructions and information about your private juror fee. We mail checks to our jurors within two weeks of participation. Thanks.”
I noticed this company boasts some pretty big name law firms as clients such as:
Baker & McKenzie
O’Quinn Law Firm
Richard Haynes and Associates
McCurley Orsinger McCurley Nelson and Downing
Boswell and Hallmark
Kirkland & Ellis
Dewey & LeBoeuf
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
Morrison & Foerster
O’Melveny & Myers
Lightfoot Vandevelde Sadowsky Crouchley Rutherford & Levine
McDermott Will & Emery
Hogan & Hartson
Yetter, Warden and Coleman
Burford and Ryburn
Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker
The Lanier Law Firm
Holland & Knight
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
Winston & Strawn
McDade, Fogler and Maines
King & Spalding
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
Alston & Bird
Fulbright & Jaworski
McClanahan Meyers and Espey
Burleson Pate and Gibson
Vinson & Elkins
Janik and Dorman
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison
Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell
Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal
Katten Muchin Rosenman
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy
McClanahan, Meyers & Espey
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Arnold & Porter
Baker & Hostetler
McShane & Davis
Steptoe & Johnson LLP
Williams and Kherkher
Faegre & Benson
Haynes and Boone
Schiffer, Odom, Hicks and Johnson
Thompson & Knight
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
Fish & Richardson
Bracewell & Giuliani
Crowell & Moring
Raggio and Raggio
Holland & Hart
The Nix Law Firm
Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold
Kelley Drye & Warren
Ammons Law Firm
Epstein Becker & Green
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel
Piro and Lilly
Dinsmore & Stohl
Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisom
Polsinelli Shalton Flanigan Suelthaus
Gardere Wynne Sewell
Naman, Howell Smith and Lee
Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi
Zimmerman, Axelrad, Meyer, Stern and Wise
Boies, Schiller & Flexner
Hughes and Luce
Williams & Connolly
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn
Bickel and Brewer
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
Friday Eldredge and Clark
Berg and Androphy
Townsend and Townsend and Crew
Strasburger & Price
If listening to cases with these firms sound exciting, fill out their signup form to get more information!
While I have never tried any of these sites, they may be worth looking into if you have a passion for legal cases and looking to try something new in your life. Hope this helps kickstart your Chi!
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