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Bryce Sinner counsels clients in construction law, real estate law and transactions, and civil litigation. He brings a wealth of business and legal experience to his practice. Prior to entering the legal field, Bryce was employed with one of the nation's largest general contractors and before joining Landerholm, P.S., Bryce was employed with Portland and Vancouver law firms focusing in construction law and as General Counsel for a heavy civil general contractor operating in the Pacific Northwest.

Bryce has served on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Washington Contractors Association for over seven years and served as Board President in 2016. He also served on the Board of Directors and as Corporate Secretary while serving as General Counsel.  Bryce has had a unique opportunity to learn how non-profit and for-profit entities make decisions and what they expect from their attorneys.

Bryce enjoys thinking through the issues and helping clients make informed and well-reasoned decisions, providing sound advice along the way.

Admitted to practice:

  • State of Oregon

  • State of Washington


  • J.D., Lewis and Clark Law School, cum laude, 2009

  • B.S., University of Washington, 2003

Professional Memberships & Affiliations:

  • Clark County Bar Association

  • Oregon State Bar Association

  • Southwest Washington Contractors Association

    • Board of Directors, 2010–Present

    • President, 2016

    • Vice President, 2015

  • Washington State Bar Association

    • Construction Law Section, Executive Committee Council Member, 2017–2020

Past experience:

  • Stellar J Corporation, General Counsel, 2012–2017

  • Duggan Schlotfeldt & Welch, P.C., Associate, 2009–2012

  • Turner Construction Company; Project Engineer, Superintendent, Cost Engineer; 2003–2008

Published Articles & Presentations:

Community Activities:

  • Mount St. Helens Institute, Board of Directors, 2017–Present

  • Leadership Clark County Class of 2017–2018