Become a Grand Jury Administrator

We are building Common Law Jury Administrations in all 3,133 United States Counties. We will need four (4) Administrators per county with a total of about 13,000 positions to be filled Nationwide. Salaries depend upon experience and range from $45,000 to $85,000 per year with comprehensive benifits.

In order to qualify for these positions you will need to take the following NLA's courses, we suggest in the following order:

(1) Government by Consent Course and, (2) Free Civics Course (3) Free Militia of the Several States Course found under our "Courses Tab" above. Positions will be filled by the first four People to complete the required courses or most advanced in the courses at the time of hiring.

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To become a Grand Jury Administrator if you are not one already, click here

To remove yourself from becoming a Grand Jury Administrator if you are one already, click here 

TAKE NOTICE: Every Jury Administrator should Register with their County Militia. There is no conflict of interest for Committeemen and Militiamen to Become a Jury Administrator. Click Here to Become a Committeeman.

For question come to our Monday night Open Forum at 9PM EST. CLICK HERE for details to join our call.

CONTACT National Committeeman Cordinator:


rickandlezel's picture

Thanks for the suggestion, though I'm well aware that one needs to be logged in to the NLA website to post, and that has never been the cause of my problem. Today I tried something different and finally discovered how to gain access. I posted the explanation for that within the Courtroom Observers Group forum so that others experiencing the same problem could see the solution. Here's the link to that information:

SJL's picture

In Common Law. An idiot or fool,
name of an old writ which directs the sheriff to
inquire whether a man be an idiot or not. The
inquisition is to be made by a jury of twelve men.
Fitzh. Nat. Brev. 232. And, if the man were found
an idiot, the profits of his lands and the custody
of his person might be granted by the king to any
subject who had interest enough to obtain them.
1 Bl.Comm. 303.

IDIOT. A person who has been without under-
standing from his nativity, and whom the law,
therefore, presumes never likely to attain any.
Shelf. Lun. 2. See Insanity. State v. Haner, 186
Iowa, 1259, 173 N.W. 225; Jones v. Commonwealth,
154 Ky. 752, 159 S.W. 568, 569.

IDIOTA. In the Civil Law. An unlearned, illi-
terate, or simple person. Calvin. A private man;
one not in office.


bpschoch's picture

I see it's looking for a director, what is required for the director? My professional background is hardcore software development including the web, technologies: HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Ajax, AngularJS, ASP.NET, C#, C, C++, SQL, Git, SVN, etc

rickandlezel's picture

Will the Administrator training & Constitution Class commence this evening at 9:00 as stated above on this page? If so, how does one connect to it? No further information about it is listed anywhere on the website or in any e-mail message that I have received. Please advise asap!

rickandlezel's picture

I notice that, in the above list of committees, you have left out the Courtroom Observers Group, and that happens to be the group I would be most interested in joining. Please add that to the list, and count me as a member of that group. To me, the Courtroom Observers Group is the most logical group for Grand Jury Administrators to join, as it develops a courthouse presence in which one becomes a familiar face there, known to both the public and court officials. It also imparts courtroom procedures experience and knowledge that will be useful when we finally get into administrative positions. I would also highly recommend that, when users click on any group link within the Committees link, you provide a link enabling the NLA member to directly join that group. Currently there is no such method provided for, and If I go to the Courtroom Observers bulletin board to inquire about joining then I see a message above the board saying, "You are not allowed to post new content in the forum." I ended up calling Eric to tell him I'd like to join, and to post material, but he said that he has no means of enabling me to make posts as a member. I would suggest that all NLA members who are logged in should have the ability to post a question or comment within any group. Otherwise, it follows that communications to groups from members, as well as communications between member groups, will break down from being limited in the current manner. Thanks for your consideration. - Richard from Maine

John Darash's picture

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