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fingerscrossed
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Hi everyone, 

I know its a bit early to be planning this but I'm wondering what everyone's reading week first year (both Nov. and Feb.) usually looks like. Would it be manageable to fly across Canada to go home for the week? Or should I plan to stay in Toronto studying + completing course work? Asking because flights are very cheap right now (probably can't afford it at regular price) but wondering what most people generally do. 

Thanks in advance! 

 

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Turtles
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FYI winter reading week usually overlaps with interview week for the 1L recruit. It has been remote for the past few years due to COVID, but COVID procedures are always in the wind. You also won't know you have interviews until the beginning of February (usually). If you're looking to do the recruit, you'll want to think twice about making travel plans so early (and only travel if you can comfortably interview remotely).

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notnotadog
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You’re definitely fine to fly home the fall reading week. I would also wait to see if you have any interviews in second semester before you buy tickets for the second reading week (unless you opt out of the recruit).

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lawstudent6000
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Should be fine to fly home. Be prepared to work while you are home though. Like others have echoed, winter reading week is right in the middle of interview season, so I'd keep that in mind. 

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