Archives for June 2013

Stem Client Round-Up for June 2013

Posted by Steve Matthews on

As June turns into July, schools are out  and the lazy days of summer begin.  Our clients, however, have been busy in June: Four of Thorsteinssons‘ lawyers were chosen by their peers as Leading Practitioners in the 2013 Lexpert Legal Directory. Doug Mathew, Craig Sturrock, Warren Mitchell and Matthew Williams were accorded this honour in the area… more »

Latest Additions to

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Just a quick update on the Canadian Law Blogs List at Here’s a look at a selection of the blogs that have been added to the directory since our last round of new additions back in April: Jordan Battista LLP Blog Data Privacy and Security Law Blog (Smith LeSieur) Lerners Business Law Blog Jane Southren Blog Wills + Estates more »

Extend the Reach of Original Content: Adapt and Distribute

Posted by Steve Matthews on

In last week’s Friday’s Five at Attorney at Work, Joan Feldman highlights five great tips from the Third Annual Super Marketing Conference. I’m especially fond of this one: “Recycle your writings. Developing good, targeted content is hard work. So, to get the most leverage from all those hours you put into it, be smart and develop a content plan… more »

Much Ado About ‘About’ Pages

Posted by Steve Matthews on

Last week, I noted 10 tips for better blogging from Bob Ambrogi, and one of those tips was not to neglect your blog’s “About” page. Today I want to focus a little more on the topic of “About” pages in general, by highlighting some excellent advice that Allison Shields recently published. Writing on the ABA’s Law Technology Today,… more »

The Stories We Could Tell: Differentiating Your Law Practice

Posted by Jordan Furlong on

Our friends at Attorney At Work promise “one really good idea every day.” Today, they’ve provided us with 12: specifically, they’ve given us a dozen ways to differentiate your law practice in a great post by Susan Saltonstall Duncan that will reward your time and attention. Read the whole list, and implement as many as you can. To Susan’s original… more »

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