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  1. I understand that. But, is it better to have that large firm experience and try to find an 1st year associate position at a small/mid size litigation firm post articling, or try to end up at one through the articling recruit and gun for hire-back?
  2. So I am currently doing my 2L summer at a large firm in Vancouver, however, due to personal reasons, I have decided that I ultimately need to be in Toronto. I am getting great experience here though, and they have indicated I will likely get an articling offer. So my question is this: when would be the best time to make the jump to Toronto? Should I do the Toronto articling recruit? Or accept my articling offer and make the jump after articling? I do not have any interest staying in Vancouver for a few years after articling. Let me know. Thanks!
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