Archives for October 2015

Stem Client Roundup for October 2015

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

Happy (almost) Halloween! This past month, our clients were busy with blogging, volunteering, and sharing news and information on the topics that matter to their clients. Take a look at some of the things they’ve been up to: Kelowna law firm Pushor Mitchell closed its doors this past Tuesday for an excellent reason: their lawyers and staff were participating in more »

Vincent Gautrais: “Blogging allows you to keep your professional network alive”

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

We’re very pleased to present the third installment of our Original Clawbies Winners Interview Series with these blogging insights from Vincent Gautrais. Gautrais is a professor of law at the University of Montreal, began his eponymous blog in 2006. He founded Droitdu.net, a francophone collaborative technology and law blog, in 2013. He was also a contributor at Slaw.camore »

Michael Geist: “Blog posts are often used as a testing ground for new ideas”

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

This week we’re presenting the second installment of our Original Clawbies Winners Interview Series with these blogging insights from Michael Geist. Geist  is a law professor at the University of Ottawa and started his eponymous website/blog in 1998. You’ve been blogging for more than a decade. Do you remember what prompted you to start blogging in the first place?more »

Moments In Time: Twitter’s Newest Feature And The Future Of Legal News

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

Most articles about Twitter in the legal market focus on helping lawyers make better use of the service for marketing and business development purposes, and that’s all to the good. But Twitter serves another, arguably more important function: to supply its users with up-to-the-second information, either through tweets from accounts they follow or by tracking hashtags attached to updates from … more »

David Canton: Blogging was “a chance to become my own publisher”

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

We’re excited to present the first installment of our Original Clawbies Winners Interview Series with these blogging insights from David Canton. Canton is a trademark and technology lawyer at Harrison Pensa in London, Ontario and started his blog, eLegal, in November 2004. He’s also been blogging regularly at Slaw.ca since 2008. You’ve been blogging for more than a more »

The Original Clawbies Winners 10 Years Later: An Upcoming Interview Series

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

Hard to believe that this December will see the announcement of the 10th annual Canadian Law Blog Awards, a.k.a. the Clawbies – but it’s true. Since the inaugural awards in 2006, we’ve had the privilege of highlighting dozens of Canada’s most insightful, committed, and articulate legal bloggers. Legal blogging is so commonplace now that it’s easy to forget how… more »

Legal FAQ Collections