Your comments fit right in with a book I’m reading, by Benjamin Barton and Stephanos Bibas, “Rebooting Justice,” Encounter books (2017). They say today’s practice of law requires every lawyer to be, and every client to hire, “Cadillac” lawyers, which of course the poor and middle class cannot really afford. The book is critical of current UPL laws, bar admission requirements, law school costs, etc. as all contributing to the high cost of legal help and the access to justice problem, while not necessarily producing the caliber of lawyer you describe. They say what is needed is cheaper lawyers, and I would add with your list of attributes. Curious if you were thinking along these lines when you point out that these important attributes have nothing to do with legal training!