We're glad to see you
are interested in becoming an "eJuror."
There are no charges or costs
for signing up to be an eJuror.
There is also no guarantee that there will be cases for you to
complete once you sign up. Cases are assigned
based upon availability from attorneys, where you live
(your residence), and your demographic details.
Just like actual jury
service in the United States, to qualify as an eJuror, you must:
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;
related to a practicing attorney within the first
degree of affinity (marriage) or within second
degree of consanguinity (blood); and
employed as an insurance adjuster,
nor associated with the
adjusting of liability claims.
We encourage everyone
to read our Learn
page and Terms
& Conditions before