Serve as a surrogate juror, help resolve actual legal cases in your community and

earn at least $100 for one day's work if you are randomly selected to participate!



Rather than risking everything on the ambiguities of the jury system, we have found cases often can be settled by bringing the parties before simulated juries in mock trials so they can see how jurors may decide the issues. In fact, using surrogate jurors as guides to case resolution provides insight as to how conflicts can be resolved without cluttering our courts with needless lawsuits. Increasingly parties now put on their actual cases in summary format before mock jurors and use the decisions of citizens in these private courts to frame the actual settlement of the case. Even in criminal cases where the government and defendants have relied previously on plea bargaining and blind negotiations to effect settlement, these sessions you will participate in provide insight as to how the public feels a matter should be resolved —and both sides often see the results for the loser has nowhere to hide.

Many trial consulting companies have been founded as jury research organizations dedicated to helping clients in litigation by applying social and behavioral science insights to case development. Over the years, however, we have discovered many cases fail to resolve before trial, as they often should, because the parties hope for ultimate resolution in court before a jury of their peers.

To make this process work, the parties need jury-eligible citizens from particular venues, such as the community in which you live, to serve by listening to the case and deciding the issues much as you would do if called to actual jury service. These sessions usually last only eight to ten hours on weekends or five to seven hours on weekdays. If selected, you will be paid between $100 and $150 per session immediately upon verdict.By enrolling here at, you become a candidate for participation in this process.

We cannot guarantee you will be called, because the selection process is random, much the same as in actual jury selection. But we can guarantee that if called, you will hear real cases presented by the actual lawyers and your participation likely will lead to resolution of the case. And you will be paid immediately.

To ensure representative juries are created, a little information is required. You must be, for example, a U.S. citizen possessing a valid state drivers license and eligible to vote.

Be assured, none of this information will be released to third parties for any purpose.