I found Beyond.com’s infographic on the history of the online job search, including job seekers’ preferred devices, fascinating — but perhaps not in the way you’d think. For me, the key finding was that 83% of job seekers search for jobs while watching TV. Folks, that’s not a job search. My suggestion? Shut off the TV and get away from the job boards. Instead — no matter what device you prefer — spend that precious time more effectively by using it to research employers and individuals so that you can make meaningful professional connections. Networking is still the number one way to find new opportunities.
Bryce gives practical advice from practicing attorneys who have been on both sides of the interview table.
Harvard Law Bulletin
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Client: Former general counsel of $1 billion entertainment company
[How To Get A Legal Job] is a splendid guide for those navigating the difficult waters of the legal market. The advice offered is very practical and highly useful. I recommend this book to anyone searching for a legal job.
Davison M. Douglas, Esq., Dean, William & Mary School of Law
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Client: Vice President and General Counsel of $1.5 billion U.S. company with global sales
Bryce has written a very informative and practical guide to finding a job as an attorney… This is a must-read manual for every graduating law student and a go-to resource for those changing jobs.
The Hon. William G. Bassler, U.S.D.J. (Retired)
Shauna C. Bryce, Esq. is a leading expert in career development, career transition, and career portfolios for lawyers. Her mission: to help lawyers build careers, using proven strategies she developed through her combined nearly 20 years as a practicing attorney, a member of a law firm hiring committee, and a career adviser.