Archives for September 2012

Stem Client Roundup for September 2012

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

Fall is here! Funny how that “back to school” mentality of fresh starts and renewed enthusiasm stays with us no matter how old we get! Here’s a quick look at what Stem’s clients have been up to during the bustling month of September: London, Ontario law firm Harrison Pensa announced it has earned recertification in the Meritas global alliance of more »

Blogging for Lawyers: A Modest Proposal

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

You might have heard about the newest marketing craze sweeping the legal profession. It’s called a “newsletter” — a funny word, certainly, crammed together from two words (“news” and “letter”) that we’re already familiar with. You might be wondering whether this new fad is the right marketing vehicle for your law practice, or you might have concerns about whether it’s… more »

Stem Celebrates 5 Years!

Posted by Emma Durand-Wood on

This summer, our small company reached a big milestone: our five year anniversary! It all began in July 2007, when Stem’s founder and president, Steve Matthews, took what he described as a “leap of faith” by leaving the certainty of his role as Knowledge Services Director at Clark Wilson LLP to start his own company, Stem Legal Web Enterprises.… more »

Sharing the Spotlight: Website Profiles for Law Firm Staff

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

If you were entirely new to the legal industry and you were judging law firms by their websites, you could be forgiven for believing that the only people to be found in said firms were lawyers. The great majority of law firm websites provide designated pages for each and every lawyer, but nothing more than a passing mention (if that)… more »

Ten Tips For Building a Law Firm Publishing Culture

Posted by Steve Matthews on

[cross-posted at] If you’ve been paying any attention at all to the zeitgeist of legal web marketing the last couple years, you know that producing and publishing content is the best possible way to grow your online reputation. But “content, content, content” is so much easier said than done. Firms need specific strategies for building an internal… more »

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