So let me just explain it to you. So there are different types of attorneys. Some attorneys need social intelligence, and some need academic intelligence. If you want to be like a commercial litigator, you need to be competent to do that because otherwise, people will make arguments around it.
If you want to be a patent attorney or a corporate attorney, you need to be competent to do these jobs for attorneys that need social intelligence; you have a lot of other practice areas. The big one, of course, is personal injury. So when I see a social intelligence thing other than your ability to come up with very complex arguments and be super bright, you can go to a bottom-of-a-barrel law school, the worst law school there is, and become the most successful personal injury attorney in the country.
It doesn't matter. You just go into a practice area that uses your skills. Everybody thinks they must be a summer associate in a big firm or go to a top law school to practice law successfully is insane. Why would you want to work in a firm? You don't want to be with people that don't want you?