However, how many lawyers do you know who were doctors *first*--?
I know *Many* doctors who went on, almost as a lark, to go to law school because it was more like Book Club compared to the demands and intensity of their medical educations. They wanted to enhance their medical degrees with a layer of knowledge to protect them from lawyers.
I have never met a single lawyer who went on to medical school, and it would certainly enhance the ambitions of a medical malpractice specialist.
For that matter, few lawyers become anything else. They don't become engineers, nurses or other technicians. Now, many nurses go to law school and end up suing doctors. But lawyers just stay what they are, unless they write legal thrillers.
This is because law school is the default next step for many non-useful BA degrees, and the useless grads have nowhere else to go. Law school has no prerequisites like organic chemistry or calculus. You can get a degree in bed wetting and some law school, somewhere (Texas seems to have one on every city block) will turn you into a lawyer.
>>>However, how many lawyers do you know who were doctors *first*—?
You’re ducking the issue. Nothing you’ve posted proves, demonstrates, or suggests, that doctors are smarter than lawyers.
Present some objective evidence.