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1 hour ago, T0U4IST said:

This is excellent, but how would you translate it to articling with a solo practice? I guess just step 4 applies?

No, you should still be doing those other things, just with your principal only ie. ask for feedback, ask for references and suggestions/help for where to apply, etc.

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1 hour ago, T0U4IST said:

This is excellent, but how would you translate it to articling with a solo practice? I guess just step 4 applies?

I think it depends on your relationship with the SP. I can imagine many scenarios where it's just not economically feasible for you to be kept on, but your relationship with the lawyer is very good. If that's the case then ask him/her to write you a reference letter. You can also ask the SP whether they've heard of any hiring firms, or,  if you find a firm that you're interested in then ask him/her to put in a call for you there. 

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