What: Participate in mock trials

Expected pay: $5 to $50 per trial

Husl $core: $$$$

Where: National


  • Be over the age of 18;
  • a U.S. citizen;
  • Not a lawyer or an insurance company representative;
  • never convicted of a felony or under indictment

Review: Like the other mock jury sites (Online Verdict: $$$$; and eJury: $$$), Jury Test asks consumers to listen to a lawyer’s case and provide feedback about how they’d rule and why. The site maintains that the typical mock trial will require between 20 minutes and one hour of your time. The pay, spelled out in advance, reflects the time and complexity of the case. Getting assigned a case is relatively rare, but you can sign up for as many of these sites as you wish to boost your chance of getting assigned to a case. Notably, this site offers some unpaid cases, but you don’t have to take them. Also, your chance of getting on a jury is higher if you’re a guy. Why? It’s not a discrimination thing. Their sign-ups are running 4:1 female, so they need more male jurors.

What their jurors say:

We were unable to find a single review from someone who had participated in mock juries with this company, but we also found no complaints. For online job opportunities a lack of complaints is a good sign. If you have experience with this company, please hit “contact us” and tell us about it.

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