Archives for November 2009

Stem Client Roundup for November ’09

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

November was an exceptionally busy month for Stem clients, and with lots of website launches and redesigns (extra busy here at Stem, too).  Here’s a look at what our clients have been up in the last month: Arizona criminal attorney Lawrence Koplow of Koplow & Patane unveiled a modern new design for his Arizona Criminal Defense Lawyer Blog. Florida more »

What’s new at

Posted by Steve Matthews on

As mentioned in our last update, we’ve been busy working on a re-vamped design for  The new site will have a bunch of new ways to browse our ever-expanding list of Canadian law blogs, including categorization by province and by practice area. We’re really pleased with how it’s coming along, and hope to do the re-launch before… more »

Conference Paper on Web Based Referral Marketing

Posted by Steve Matthews on

I’m about a week late with this post, but it’s always a good time to plug ABA Techshow! Right? The paper I wrote with Reid Trautz last year, titled Supercharge Your Referrals With Technology, has been released as part the Best of ABA Techshow series. It’s the full version of the paper that was given out to attendees,… more »

Lawyers, journalists and trust

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

As polling samples go, 43 respondents to a survey is not exactly what you’d call statistically significant. So the fact that 43 journalists who cover legal issues gave lawyers poor marks when it comes to explaining the litigation process doesn’t prove a great deal. But as Bob Ambrogi at Legal Blog Watch accurately notes, the thrust of the report “rings… more »

LegalPubs for Greener Law?

Posted by Steve Matthews on

A couple of years ago, we launched to aggregate RSS feeds from Canadian legal publishers. The site helps identify the latest books and products being offered, and is typically followed by law librarians who are tasked with making these purchases.  In an average month, the site shows around 5k products, and inspires around 1500 product clicks. Last month was… more »

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