Yes, since giving you your god damn answer is so hard for your pee-brain to understand.
If you are too incompetent(or just plain scared) to look bunnies up that is right out in the open, and people straight up tell you where to look, you will FAIL legalresearch and writing(if you even get to that point)
Have fun, working as a legal secretary somewhere after you fail out, dumbass.
Your response is rather idiotic since doing actual legal research and responding to a simple question with no monetary value are completely different. You shot yourself in the foot by enlisting in slippery slope logic and vague analogies.
Reading and memorizing aren't what law school teaches you, so whatever dude. Your assessment that law school is like an undergrad history course is inaccurate and, frankly, irresponsibly dangerous. It is nothing like history class. The ability to read and digest complex material is great - but, correct me if I'm wrong, you haven't sat for a single law school exam and are therefore completely ignorant and out of line for pretending you know better.
Your main points are as followings:
(1) "law is difficult to master for all..."
(R) That is a generalization. Law is, in fact, easier for some and difficult for others to grasp. Laws, regulations, and statutes change and those same laws require successive interpretation of that specific law. A person who can grasp and remember material in the legal field is more successful than others because, on average, that same person is more likely to grasp difficult concepts in the field of law. It is not just about memorizing and read coherently, but it has an additional attribute to it as well, "how well can you interpret and defend your position coherently and successively?" Your generalization of everyone's competencies is not correct.
(2) "actual law firm lawyers perceive the arrogant one's as fools"
(R) A person who does not stand up for himself and is always quiet is more of a coward and a fool. The trust issue is also entirely wrong. People know exactly where I stand. If I am arrogant, then I have something to be arrogant about. I have made more friends due to my own personality. They find it easier to talk with me due to my own nature. Even lawyers find my company more enjoyable and attitude more respectable. I learn by observing, asking questions, remembering, listening effectively, and analyzing the information I receive to come to the best of answers based on how I view it. Now look! If every student behaved or studied as the aforementioned listing, then they would be A+ students. I have a system and it has worked so far. Your own world view is not tantamount to everyone's world view and thought process. You perpetuate an arrogant attitude.
(3) "life will teach you humility..."
(R) I know when to hold my tongue and when to speak my mind. The people who are more well versed than I am in a certain field, I respect. Whereas, with peers, I don't care who you are and you know little to what I know on it. As for the law, I am particularly well versed in the law of my state and more on codes since I had to take a test concerning most laws in my field of study. I don't care if peers have their feelings hurt because I said some perceived "callous" remark towards them. Grow up and learn that life is a female dog. That is the problem with people today, they are weak and overly sensitive. Get over yourself, you are not entitled to anything in this life nor my respect if I don't feel like giving it.