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Illustration by Lydia Syme

The articling recruit is unique compared to the OCI process. Not only are there a greater variety of prospective employers that participate, but also students generally know the area of law they would prefer to practice in and have some tangible experiences to support their interest (there are only so
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In the fall semester, News Editor Michael Scott sat down with Dean William Flanagan to discuss enrollment expansion and legal education in Ontario. It has been edited for clarity and brevity.
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Career office touts benefits of self-directed job search, cautiously optimistic about Law Practice Program
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1L student explores the current articling crisis and its possible effects on Queen’s Law graduates