Jury Test

What: Jury Test asks consumers to listen to a lawyer’s case and provide feedback about how they’d rule and why.

Expected pay: $5 to $50 per trial

Where: National

Requirements: 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



  • Listen to a lawyer’s case and provide feedback
  • The site claims it requires between 20 minutes and 1 hour
  • The pay reflects the time and complexity of the case
  • Chance of getting on a jury is higher if you’re a guy; currently, the ratio is 4:1 female, so they need more male jurors


  • Getting assigned a case is relatively rare

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