Archives for November 2015

Stem Client Roundup for November 2015

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

Everything seems to really kick into high gear around this time of the year – work gets busy as we try to clear our plates a little before the holidays, and our family and social calendars are quickly filling up with engagements. Here at Stem we’ve been preparing for one of our favourite times of the year: the Clawbies, which… more »

Neil Melliship: Blogging is “a very good and relatively low cost marketing tool”

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

This week we bring you a new installment of our Original Clawbies Winners Interview Series with these blogging insights from Neil Melliship. Melliship is an IP lawyer and trade-mark agent at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver, BC. He is founding member of the firm’s Canadian Trademark Blog, which launched in 2006. You’ve been blogging for more than a more »

Autumn Additions to Lawblogs.ca

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

It’s been a few months since our last update on what’s new at Lawblogs.ca, so here’s a quick look at some of the more recent additions: Employment Law 101 (Philip R. White) Energy Insider  (Aird & Berlis LLP) Entcounsel (Vandana Taxali) McLarty Wolf Blog Murphy Battista Blog Pardon Services Canada Blog Prowse Chowne LLP Blog Startup Source (Aird & more »

UX and the Future of Law Firm Branding

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

If I were in charge of marketing at a law firm, I’d be trying to learn how my firm could incorporate design principles and the user experience (UX) into its client-facing activities. Here’s why. Most law firm branding efforts aim to create a reputation within the firm’s target markets for some specific quality by which the firm wants to be … more »

David Fraser: “Blogging has helped me become a better lawyer”

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

This week’s interview is the 5th in our Original Clawbies Winners Interview Series, and features blogging insights from David T.S. Fraser. Fraser is a privacy lawyer at McInnes Cooper in Halifax, NS. He has been blogging at the Canadian Privacy Law Blog since 2004, and blogged at Slaw.ca from 2008 to 2011. You’ve been blogging for more than a more »

Allison Wolf: “Blogging about topics important to lawyers is another channel for helping”

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

This week we bring you a new installment of our Original Clawbies Winners Interview Series with these blogging insights from Allison Wolf. Wolf is president of lawyer coaching firm Shift Works Strategic Inc. in Vancouver, BC. She blogs at Shift Works’ Lawyer Coach Blog, at Slaw.ca, and at Attorney with a Life, a new collaborative blog… more »

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