Archives for June 2009

10 Things Every Lawyer Should Know About Legal SaaS

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For the past couple weeks, Stem client Themis Solutions, which offers the legal case management software Clio, has been running a series of blog posts aimed at demystifying Software as a Solution, or in its more common abbreviated form ‘SaaS‘. Here’s a quick run-down of Clio’s 10 key aspects for legal SaaS: What is Software more »

Stem Client Roundup for June ’09

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Here’s what Stem clients have been up to throughout the month of June: Mike Myers, Bob Espey and Randy McClanahan of McClanahan Myers Espey were each honoured by H-Texas magazine. Myers and Espey were named two of Houston’s top lawyers for civil litigation; McClanahan was named a top lawyer for business litigation. BC law firm Clark Wilson LLP was busy… more »

Clark Wilson LLP Guest Blogs at

Posted by Steve Matthews on

I’ve been waiting all week to see the final breakdown of posts from Slaw’s second law firm guest blogger: Clark Wilson LLP. For those that might not know, Clark Wilson is both my former firm and one of our first clients here at Stem.  But beyond that, the lawyers who participated (many who are long time friends) simply… more »

Latest additions to

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It’s been a couple months since our last update. Here’s a list of the latest additions: Magali Lepage, LL.B James Hatton on Licensing Nimonik – Environmental Regulations Simplified Res Ipsa Loquitur (Pamela Pengelley) Environmental, Energy, and Resources Law (Davis LLP) Family Law (Davis LLP) Democracy Law Blog (Clayton Whitman) The Litigator Live (Affleck Greene McMurtry) Legal Nurses of Canadamore »

LinkedIn Lawyers Hit 840K

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In an ongoing effort here at Stem, we’ve been tracking the growth of the “Law Practice Industry” category on LinkedIn. For a bit more than a year now, we’ve run periodic searches on Google to see how many profile pages are indexed which include the industry class ‘law practice industry’. Predictably, but still impressively, that number continues to grow.… more »

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