Join Focus Groups in Oklahoma or Online

Are you interested in helping us better understand how the law affects you? All you have to do is give us your honest opinions. And you’ll be compensated for your time.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a law focus group?
Focus groups are a small number of people who answer questions or offer opinions about the law or legal issues. Their responses give a clearer picture of how legal issues affect the public at large. Often, participants are paid to be in a focus group.

Who runs the focus group?
McIntyre Law’s paid focus groups are run by Focus Group Oklahoma/Focus Group Virtually, who’ve moderated over 300 since 2014.

Where do the focus groups take place?
In-person focus groups will take place at the offices of McIntyre Law, at 8601 S. Western Ave in Oklahoma City. We can also conduct virtual focus groups via Zoom.

Can you hire Focus Group Oklahoma/Focus Group Virtually to moderate a focus group?
Yes, please send an email to to set up an in-person or virtual focus group.

How do you get started?
To participate in one of McIntyre Law’s virtual or in-person focus groups, please complete the following questionnaire. After you submit your answers, you’ll be contacted if selected for a focus group.

Focus Group Questionnaire

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