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Summer articling recruitment as a recent grad (ON)

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Sorry if this has been asked before, I spent a while searching and couldn't find anything specific.

Is the summer articling recruitment only open to students in their final year of law school, or can recent graduates also participate? I couldn't find any reason why not in the LSUC rules governing the process, but perhaps there was something I missed.

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I think you can - I did the articling recruit this summer and met a couple of people during it who had just finished law school and were interviewing as well. At least one of them got a job through the recruit. The positions are still for the following year so you’d have to figure out what you’d do for the gap year

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10 minutes ago, Sphinx said:

I think you can - I did the articling recruit this summer and met a couple of people during it who had just finished law school and were interviewing as well. At least one of them got a job through the recruit. The positions are still for the following year so you’d have to figure out what you’d do for the gap year

Yes, I figured I'd have to account for the year! Thanks for clarifying :)

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