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  2. How authentic is the information on JD2B?
  3. What makes JD2B different from other blog sites?
  4. How can I ensure my privacy?
  5. How do I register?
  6. What are the various resources that JD2B offers to me?
  7. What is the U.S. Law Schools section all about?
  8. How can JD2B help me with bar exams and the LSAT?
  9. What information on JD2B is exclusively for members?
  10. Does the site offer entertainment, too?
  11. What if I forgot my username/password?
  12. Can I post pictures?
  13. Can I post HTML?
  14. Can I attach files to my posts?
  15. Can I have an avatar/symbol that accompanies my posts?
  16. I am posting some stuff that could get me in trouble with my school. How can I ensure my privacy?
  17. Do I have to register to view posts? Do I have to register to submit posts?
  18. Is there an option that will inform me about replies to my messages?
  19. Can I edit a post once I have submitted it?
  20. Can I have a signature at the bottom of my post?
  21. Can I rank a photo posted by me or by another student from my school?
  22. Can I rank my law professors?
  23. Can I rank news articles?
  24. Can I rank my law school?
  25. Does JD2B offer me overviews of legal organizations in the U.S.?
  26. How do I apply for a job?
  27. What types of jobs are available on JD2B?
  28. Do I have to register to view a job? Do I have to register to apply for a job?
  29. Will I be banned?!
  30. Can I change my user information?
  31. How does the search function work?
  32. Still need help?
1. What is JD2B, and who is it for?

JD2B is a law student community blog where students from different law schools can discuss various topics of interest to them. We run several message boards where students can talk about law schools, professors, bar exams, the LSAT, and current issues. We also provide information about law schools, CLE courses, jobs, and firms, as well as dictionaries, directories, and many additional features.

Please visit our About Us section.

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2. How authentic is the information on JD2B?

To provide you with the best information related to the legal field, our researchers are constantly on the move. They regularly update JD2B resources to bring you the latest information, as well as relevant collections of facts and statistical data.

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3. What makes JD2B different from other blog sites?

JD2B brings you the latest news in the world of law at no cost whatsoever, and that's what makes it different from other blog sites. You can read news from various sources, and you can also rank specific stories and post comments about them. We also have a "JD2B-pedia" of organizations in the U.S. that can help those in the field of law. All the other information that our researchers gather for you is also free! Whenever you need help, just remember your dependable friend, JD2B.

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4. How can I ensure my privacy?

We at JD2B see to it that all of the personal information you submit is kept confidential. We also do not check into your personal details or background; your identity is well-protected.

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5. How do I register?

Just fill in the form, providing your name, email address, law school, and graduation year. Then, select a username and password. Only your username is viewable by other users. The rest of your information is confidential.

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6. What are the various resources that JD2B offers to me?

Resources at JD2B include:
  • School Info. & Admission Stats
  • Other School Stuff
  • School Rankings
  • Organizations 4 Law Students
  • LSAT
  • Commercial LSAT Prep
  • Law School Prep
  • Pre-Law Advising Programs
  • Legal Dictionaries
  • Legal Directories
  • Pre-Law Books
  • Law Books
  • Law Student Magazines
  • Legal Publishers
  • Examz - Now Score!
  • Moot Court
  • Bar Preparation
  • Patent Bar Prep
  • State Bar Associations
  • Trial Lawyers Associations
  • Multistate Bar Exams
  • CLE Programs
  • CLE Online
  • The Paralegal Hub
  • Pro Bono/Public Good
  • Become a Law Professor
  • Firm Info.
  • Law Firm Rankings & Salaries
  • Get a Job
  • Law Knick-Knackz!!
  • Nerdy Lawyer Humor
  • U.S. News Rankings
  • Message Boards
  • Course Outlines
  • Student Financing
  • Law Student and Pre-Law Blogs
  • Law Prof. Blogs


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7. What is the U.S. Law Schools section all about?

The U.S. Law Schools section features a vast collection of resources with information about law schools such as rankings, profiles, details about pre-law programs, and more. We have a law school discussion board dedicated exclusively to students in U.S. law schools, as well. JD2B also brings you the 2007 BCG Guide to America's Top 50 Law Schools, which can make your search for law schools easier.

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8. How can JD2B help me with bar exams and the LSAT?

JD2B offers comprehensive advice on bar exams and the LSAT. It also provides information about various private tutorials and useful books to help you focus on preparing for these exams.

See the LSAT, Commercial LSAT Prep, Bar Preparation, Books, State Bar Associations, and Patent Bar Prep sections.

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9. What information on JD2B is exclusively for members?

JD2B members can chat, upload pictures, view pictures uploaded by others, submit course outlines, and apply to jobs. So what are you waiting for? Just fill in your details and get started.

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10. Does the site offer entertainment, too?

JD2B brings you a column called "Entertainment Weekly Roundup," where we discuss a movie, an album, and a book of the week. We offer something other than information about the world of law for those times when you need a change.

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11. What if I forgot my username/password?

You can go to the login page and click on the "Forgot Your Password" link. Enter your email address, and we will send you an email with your username and password.

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12. Can I post pictures?

Yes, you can post pictures on any thread, but they will be checked by the moderator before they become visible to others visiting the site.

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13. Can I post HTML?

Yes, you can post HTML on the Law School Message Board, Ask JD2B, and Blogs sections.

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14. Can I attach files to my posts?

No, you cannot attach files to posts that you submit to JD2B.

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15. Can I have an avatar/symbol that accompanies my posts?

Yes, you can have an avatar/symbol. But remember to mark the "Show Avatar" check box to make the symbol visible when you post on JD2B message boards.

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16. I am posting some stuff that could get me in trouble with my school. How can I ensure my privacy?

Rest assured that you are in safe hands. The only thing you need to be careful about when posting is using a username that does not reveal your identity.

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17. Do I have to register to view posts? Do I have to register to submit posts?

You need not register to view posts, but if you are interested in starting a thread or posting on an existing thread, you will have to register.

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18. Is there an option that will inform me about replies to my messages?

Yes, for your convenience we provide this option. Just mark the check box that reads "Notify me about responses to my posts," and whenever someone responds to one of your posts, an email will be sent to the address you have provided in your profile.

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19. Can I edit a post once I have submitted it?

Yes, you can edit a post by logging in and simply clicking on the "Edit" link at the bottom of the post you wish to modify.

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20. Can I have a signature at the bottom of my post?

Yes, you can have a signature at the bottom of your post.

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21. Can I rank a photo posted by me or by another student from my school?

Yes, we have a special section for law schools where students can post pictures of their schools and rank pictures posted by their friends and peers.

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22. Can I rank my law professors?

Yes, JD2B also provides a feature for ranking law professors on a scale of 1 to 10. Professors can be ranked based on their interaction levels, how interesting their workshops are, their willingness to collaborate with colleagues or students for research, briefs they have written, pro bono work they have done, their clinical teachings, whether they provided useful suggestions and ideas for developing research skills, and many other criteria.

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23. Can I rank news articles?

Yes, there is a feature for ranking news articles on a scale of 1 to 5. Just click on the "Rankings" link, which appears on the right side of every news article.

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24. Can I rank my law school?

Yes, JD2B also allows you to rank your law school on a scale of 1 to 10 based on various criteria. Even if you don't feel like ranking your school, you can always view the law school rankings.

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25. Does JD2B offer me overviews of legal organizations in the U.S.?

Yes, the site provides you with brief descriptions of organizations in the U.S. that can help you to develop your legal career.

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26. How do I apply for a job?

When applying for legal jobs through JD2B, you will be redirected to our affiliate company, LawCrossing, the largest collection of legal jobs on earth.

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27. What types of jobs are available on JD2B?

JD2B scouts out the legal jobs that matter to you. The jobs on JD2B will consist of the following positions: summer associates, judicial clerks, legal interns, and paralegals.

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28. Do I have to register to view a job? Do I have to register to apply for a job?

You do not need to register to view jobs, but if you are interested in applying for a job, you will have to register.

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29. Will I be banned?!

JD2B continuously monitors threads and posts. Anyone who posts an inappropriate comment or picture will be given a warning. If that same person posts a second inappropriate comment or picture, then JD2B will ban him or her.

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30. Can I change my user information?

Yes, you can change any information that you have provided to JD2B by clicking on "My Profile."

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31. How does the search function work?

The JD2B search engine is powered by Google. You have the option to either search the entire world wide web or limit your search to JD2B, which may make your legal search easier.

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32. Still need help?

If your question is not listed here and you still need assistance, you can send an email to contact@jd2b.com, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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