Archives for May 2012

Thoughts on Law Firm Photography

Posted by Steve Matthews on

I don’t claim to be much of a photographer, myself. But I do have a rather odd recurring theme in my life with regard to the profession and working with the end product. It started many years ago helping out in my father’s photography business, where I ran around as a teenager schlepping power cords and photo lights. In undergrad,… more »

Harrison Pensa’s Website Among Lawyerist Award Finalists

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

We enjoy promoting our clients’ successes, never more so than when those successes involve the firm’s online presence. Regular readers might recall my post from this past February, bringing your attention to the groundbreaking new website of our client Harrison Pensa. I pointed out in that post all the elements of HP’s site that, to me, represented a fresh… more »

More Blogs (and Clawbies Winners!) at Lawblogs.ca

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

A couple new things to share regarding our directory of Canadian law blogs at Lawblogs.ca! First, Laurel (Stem’s resident WordPress guru) and I have been hard at work integrating all winners of the Canadian Law Blog Awards (a.k.a. Clawbies) into Lawblogs.ca — check it out: Now, each winning blog has a Clawbies badge and year annotation(s) — and each year… more »

Mandatory Use of RSS for Lawyers… Just a Dream?

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

Last week, Kevin O’Keefe blogged about a bold prediction. Or maybe it was more like wishful thinking. He wondered, “…shouldn’t it be a requirement that lawyers stay abreast of the law and hone their skills in as good a fashion as they can? And if so, could that make an RSS reader and the use of feeds an ethical… more »

Stem Client Roundup for April 2012

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

It’s hard to believe it’s May already. Time just flies when you’re working hard, like our clients have been over the last month. Here’s a quick look at what they’ve been up to: London, Ontario law firm Harrison Pensa announced it would be representing Canadian members of a class action who have developed IBD or Stevens Johnson Syndrome as a more »