There are several sites online that help lawyers with mock trials. The company posts a mock trial on their site and invites people to join the trial. You will read the brief and answer the questions at the end. When you’re done, you’ll submit your verdict to the company. There are different types of mock trials that you can participate in.
eJury Review – Legit or Scam
eJury is one such company that post mock trials online for people to read and give their verdict. A typical brief is around 6 pages long and at the end, you’ll need to answer a few questions and submit your verdict. Once you’ve submitted your verdict the company’s’ compensates you for your time………..Read More..……..
Virtual Jury Group Review – Legit or Scam
Virtual Jury Group is a company that helps lawyers prepare for their trials. The company hires people to work on jury panels to review cases and give their opinion of the evidence supplied. The mock jury panel helps a lawyer prepare for trial and gives them an understanding of how the public will think and react to their case. If you’re interested in becoming part of the jury panel it is easy to register with the site. When a focus group is available in your venue, you’ll be contacted by the site and invited to participate in the panel………..Read More.………
Jury Talk Review – Legit or Scam
Jury Talk is a way for people to join a research juror group to earn money for mock trials. Normally this is a one-day focus group that you’ll be asked to participate in if you fit the qualifications for that trial. The mock trials are conducted by Wilmington Institute Network. The law firm is a psychology firm that has been conducting mock trials and focus groups for over 40 years. If you’re selected to join the group, you’ll be listening to a brief format that is presented by one of the firm’s skilled attorneys. Your job will be to give your opinion about the case………..Read More……….