Archives for December 2010

All together now: the value of practice group blogs

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

The dynamic relaunch of LawBlogs.ca, designed and administered by Stem’s founder Steve Matthews, provides a snapshot of just how far the Canadian blawgosphere has come in the past few years (more than 200 Canadian law blogs, 20 new entries in the last 11 days alone). Add that to the more than 3,000 blogs now tracked by the ABA Journalmore »

Attorney At Work: an innovative new lawyer resource

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

Steve and I are both honoured to be part of the advisory board of an innovative and timely new resource for the legal community. Attorney At Work is the brainchild of Merrilyn Astin Tarlton, Joan Feldman and Mark Feldman, familiar to many from the ABA’s Law Practice Management Section (and its Law Practice magazine), the Legal Marketing Association and the… more »

Clawbies, Lawblogs and Wee Little Links!

Posted by Steve Matthews on

We have three very cool announcements here at Stem this morning! A trifecta of announcements, if you will. First, the final touches have been applied and we’re opening up the new Lawblogs.ca.  We’re calling the next two months our beta period, and it comes with a requisite survey for feedback.  We’ve also added a custom submission form, so… more »

The No Homers Club: collective brands in the law

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

What’s the most valuable brand in the legal marketplace? The answer will depend on which segment of the market you’re looking at, of course, and no matter the jurisdiction, arguments are sure to erupt. But for the most part, there’s very little hard evidence to support one choice over another. Earlier this year, the UK firm Superbrands ranked the strongest more »

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