i guess they could all be dr. but i actually put professor and esq.
is that weird?
No, I'm sure that's fine. I wasn't sure whether Esquire counts as a title since it comes after the name. Or can you also use it before?
I had a discussion in Vegas about whether JD's can be called doctors. JD used to be called LLB back in the day, and from what this guy was telling me, it's still considered a bachelors degree, even though you get it after your bachelors and it's called a Juris Doctorate. After a JD is an LLM, which is a Masters in Law, and then an SJD, which is the true doctorate.
Don't know whether this guy was full of crap. He usually will tell you in the end if he's just kidding. Like the time when he called my apartment and said that he was calling from LSAC and that they were investigating my LSAT for cheating because my score was so high and 20 of my answers in a row matched up with the people around me. Kept me going for like 15 minutes, then told me I needed to call his supervisor and gave me the supervisor's name, first name first, then spelled out the last name instead of saying it. Then I just stared at the name I had written on my paper and figured it out