Ask the Hiring Attorney®

Ask the Hiring Attorney®

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Three Years of Career Q&A Columns by Shauna C. Bryce, Esq.

About the Author

Shauna C. Bryce is a graduate of Harvard Law School with 20 years in law and legal careers. She works with lawyers at all levels—from law students to executive-level attorneys in Global 100 law firms and multibillion-dollar businesses in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Her advice column, Ask the Hiring Attorney®, was originally published by Bloomberg Law and is now reprinted by the American Bar Association. She’s the author of several books and Bryce Legal® Career Advice for Lawyers blog, 

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Three years of the expert Q&A column especially for law school students, recent law school graduates, and junior attorneys.

In 2012, Shauna C. Bryce became Bloomberg Law’s first and only contributing columnist for their subscription-based student Career Resources. Her Ask the Hiring Attorney® column quickly became a key part of Bloomberg Law’s outreach to approximately 200 American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law schools, as well as those their career centers, law libraries, and nearly 140,000 law students and recent graduates. Starting in April 2016, several columns have been updated and reprinted the ABA for Law Students’ blog, Beyond the Bar.

For the first time, all 32 columns have been compiled into a single volume. 

In the column, Shauna answers questions from entry-level lawyers on résumé writing, interviewing, career development, job search, business etiquette, reference checks, quitting a job, job termination, networking, business development, job performance, reputation management, social media, background checks, working with legal recruiters, telecommuting, informational interviews, technical skills development, employment gaps, and more.

Ask the Hiring Attorney® earned shout-outs from a variety law schools such as Brooklyn Law School, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law, the Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law, Roger Williams University School of Law. Shauna’s column has also been cited by bar associations such as the Florida Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism.