so you disagree with my default assumption against ability?
I'm not commenting on your default assumption.
the evidence that i would try to find, if i were so inclined, would be successful attorneys who did not attend brand name law schools, with the assumption that those who did not attend brand name law schools did not have great gpa/lsat combinations.
I wasn't asking you for evidence. Just rationale. You don't need to prove it. Just show you didn't flip a coin.
Anyway, your evidence wouldn't help much because it's anecdotal and it relies on the assumption those who did not have great GPA/LSAT combinations were not able
to have them.