some of the grads are special
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In all of my dealings with many law students online and otherwise, I've seen virtually no difference in the education. Of course there are differences in the opportunities available...but nobody is denying that. However, for one who goes into DL with their eyes wide open, understanding the career limitations and understanding the prejudices that will be there for them when they exit the other side, degree in hand...and they decide to do it despite all of this because they know why they are doing it...more power to you.
Anyway, that wasn't my point.
All I'm saying is that it's a civ pro question and shouldn't require analysis of different types of property arrangements, especially if the OP doesn't go to law school in Texas. How would he know that Texas is a community property state?
I will guess that since Texas is a community property state, and the property was co-owned by the husband and wife, (assuming that the wife did not have POA and the property was not partitioned) the wife did not have the right to convey the property without agreement of the husband? Therefore, without the husband's signature, the property is still legally owned by both George and Laura, and Laura should be joined.
I was thinking about the importance of that fact. If this is a civ pro question I don't know why it's in there because it requires an analysis of property law.
Notwithstanding the obvious references in the fact pattern, it doesn't say anywhere in the hypo that they are married, it just says joint owners.
My sister's husband used to work for a head hunting firm that hired for top secret government positions. The problem was that he wasn't allowed to know what the jobs were because they were top secret. To make it worse, a lot of people who applied couldn't tell him what they had done in the past that made them qualified to do the job they were seeking.
Sounds like fun.
To paraphrase a popular president...online law schools will not beat the ABA, they will transcend the ABA...they will not bother to denounce the ABA instead dismiss it as a bizarre organization whos last days of monopoly are already in sight.