What: Participate in mock trials

Expected pay: $5 to $10 per trial

Husl $core: $$$

Where: National

Requirements:

  • Be over 18;
  • a U.S. Citizen;
  • Read and write fluently in English;
  • Never convicted of a felony nor currently charged with a crime;
  • not be a practicing attorney, paralegal or work for a law firm or insurance adjuster

Review: Like Online Verdict, eJury will pay you to review legal cases. They estimate that each case might take 30 minutes to an hour. For that, they’ll pay you $5 to $10. Considering that Online Verdict pays vastly more, this site is far less attractive. That said, they may have a little more work and, assuming their time vs. pay estimates are accurate, you’re at least earning minimum wage. Also, if this sort of work appeals to you, there’s no downside to signing up with multiple sites. All indications are that you will not be inundated with cases here. The typical reviewer said they got one case every six months or so — if any at all.

Also consider Jury Test, another highly-rated site seeking mock jurors. 

What their jurors say:

“Over ten years, I’ve joined (and rejoined), this site. I’ve NEVER gotten an invite to do an eJury??? I’ve been sent more REAL LIFE Jury summons than invites from this site.”

“It depends why you are joining eJury. I loved reading about the cases and am very interested in criminal law. So, I really liked it. But, if you are looking to make money, you will only earn gas money from these folks. It is not enough to pay bills at all.”

“I’ve been on this site for over a year and only done one case so far, but it was interesting and really made me think. I got to read detailed information about the case and how each side presented the facts. I got paid $10 for my time.”

“Took about 6 months to get a case, but fascinating! Paid within the week (PayPal) – $9.”

 

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