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My e-mail had my real name on my diploma and in my e-mail address, and one of them had my face in the picture as well (my diploma is currently taped up to a large framed mirror). But I'm already FB friends with numerous mods in the first place so I wasn't really concerned about what the mods/admins learned about me. Obviously I wouldn't want to be publicly outed, but that's a different situation and I'm not worried about the mods doing that.
My diploma is in storage, I planned to pull it out when I got licensed so I could get my license and diploma framed at the same time. I'll just submit my bar pass/fail stuff whenever they send it on or around October 11. Does that work? Ty ty for the forum.
So if I have the official email from the bar association that I passed, can I use that to get in? The name on it matches the name on my email address if that helps. My diploma is at my parents' house and I don't know if I'll get a bar card or not.
Communicate now with those who not only know what a legal education is, but can offer you worthy advice and commentary as you complete the three most educational, yet challenging years of your law related post graduate life.
We aren't trying to out you to anybody; we just need something that shows you're either a law school graduate or a practicing lawyer. You could print a transcript showing you've been awarded the JD, write your username on it, take a couple of pics, and send those in as verification. Unfortunately if you just email a link to a firm bio from an unrelated email account, we have no way of knowing it's you.
(And when I say "we" I mean our kind forum administrator, who is the only one who sees the verification stuff.)