you learn this in the basics. That professors don't care how you write. If they did then people with math backgrounds would not get the best grades in law school.
Poltical science majors get the worst grades.
Do you have any statistics to back this vacuous allegation?
I did research on law school before i went. Unlike you. Just ask the professors. They will tell you.
They will usually say
" as long as i can read it"
If you read the model answers of students who got A's you would say wtf? This does not make any sense.
So you basically admit that you are making an allegation without any foundation whatsoever.
And as for your second claim, I've read plenty of A answers, just like any other well prepared law student, and most were well written and well organized. Many students use short hand, and I also partook.
And I love how you continue making claims with no basis: I researched law school pretty thoroughly before I went, I read Getting to Maybe, I've looked over LEEWS but I do not like their system of legal writing, I think it is a too formulaic to guarantee success, and it certainly doesn't fit the way that many of my professors thought.
That being said, I've utilized IRAC on occasion, some professors prefer it. I don't comprehensively brief cases, I brief them to extract rules. But I think that spending the time in the library, taking practice tests, reading hornbooks and other supplements, all of these things are important, if not integral to success. Even students like Arrow, who are LEEWS disciples, spent countless hours toiling in the library, doing practice problems, learning rules, learning how to write exams.
Seriously man, don't make baseless claims; it detracts from your credibility and makes you sound arrogant and ignorant.