Based on a paper by Alex Zakaras, reproduced with the author's permission .
The Athenian ideal of securing better representation (and interrupting power) by lottery is the focus of this model. There are two key differences with the Citizen Legislature and Popular Branch models which also emphasise the value of random selection. The first is that it seeks to replace the Upper House or Senate as a house of review. The second is that it prescribes basic limits on the expected role of citizens in a belief that this "manageability" will make it the pragmatic option for a step toward a non-partisan and deliberative parliament.
All adults would be eligible for selection, and can decline if they don't wish to serve. The random group would be stratified for age and income to match census data on the makeup of the society it governs. Participants would be paid a salary equal to twice the average wage.