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Samantha Collier
Works at R. JOHNSON Corp
Attended Capilano University
Lives in North Vancouver
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Job # 3173 Our client is seeking an Intermediate Family Legal Administrative Assistant to join their busy Family Law firm. Centrally located next to transit,
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Check Out My Latest Blog Post: How to Make A Killer First Impression: The Rules http://bit.ly/1o4y9gE
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Check out my latest R.JOHNSON blog post: 5 Simple Tips to Becoming a Rockstar Legal Administrative Assistant #LAA  
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Check out Kimberly's latest post on the pros and cons of working for a small versus large law firm. Do you have any tips to share? #LegalJobs   #LawFirm  
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Excellent #Vancouver  Job Opportunity - Work for a High-Profile Organization - In-House Counsel #VancouverJobs  
Job ID # 3146 Our client, one of Vancouver’s most high profile organizations, is seeking an experienced In-House Counsel to join their busy, legal team. To
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Social Media Strategist and Blogger
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social media strategy, content creation, marketing, business development,
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  • R. JOHNSON Corp
    Marketing Communications Sepcialist, 2013 - present
    Samantha Collier is a well-respected social media specialist in the Canadian legal realm. An experienced practitioner of online social networking, Samantha also has experience working in-house in business development for a national IP firm, but has worked in marketing and client acquisition for over 13 years. Over her career, she has acted as social media strategist for both small to large law firms across North America. The author of Social Media for Law Firms, winner of the 2011 Canadian Law Blog Awards in the Best Practice Management category, Samantha is also recognized in “The 24: Canada’s Top Legal Social Media Influencers” from The Counsel Network.
  • Shift Digital Media
    Director of Social Media, 2011 - 2013
    Samantha Collier, a well known social media personality in the legal world, works as the Chief Content Manager at Shift Digital. Samantha's first real job was proudly acting as the Business Development Coordinator for a prominent Canadian law firm where she successfully implemented the firms' first social media policy and strategy. After falling in love with all aspects of the digital marketing world, she serendipitously fell into social media content management, and hasn't looked back since. Samantha transformed her passion for social media, and her love of language into successful writing and editorial pursuits. A self-portrayed nerd, she loves playing World of Warcraft, reading her Google reader for hours on end, and keeping up to date on the latest and greatest social technology. What Samantha loves most is when she's the first to break a story across the Internet and she takes this job seriously. Follow Samantha for all the latest and greatest social media news!
  • MBM Intellectual Property Law LLP
    Business Development Coordinator, 2007 - 2013
    Samantha is passionate about social media for lawyers. She coordinates business development ventures, resources and initiates marketing strategies. Samantha maintains and enhances current client relationships. Upon joining MBM, Samantha worked with office operations and facility management and still contributes to both of these departments. Prior to joining MBM, Samantha worked in the insurance and technology sectors.
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Social Media Writer and Business Development Coordinator at MBM Intellectual Property Law LLP. 
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Full Time Working Mom of 3 Great Kids!
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  • Capilano University
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I'm proud to call St. Peter's Fireside my church and was baptized by Alastair Sterne, the minister at St. Peter's. We attend the weekly services as well as the small group meetings and everyone is warm and friendly. I would strongly recommend St. Peter's for anyone looking to go to church. There are people of all ages and lots of children as well. As a parent, I enjoy the childcare for kids aged 1 - 2 and the Children's Program is great too. I love St. Pete's. :)
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I would strong suggest you think of sending your children elsewhere if you're considering Queen Mary. One of the professionals that manages this facility has an anger management problem. His name is Doug Feaver. Recently, my 9-month-old and I were leaving a parking spot after I ran in to pick her up. I had been there for 2 minutes and it was a private spot. It was a mistake and it was the first time I had parked there. Doug ran out and started swearing at me saying that I'd be sorry for parking there. I apologized and he continued to rant and rave in front of my daughter. After finding out he works in childcare, I felt the need to warn other people.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
One of your drivers, Doug Fever, is an incredibly rude and disrespectful employee. He swore and yelled at me in front of my 9 month old daughter. You should seriously consider who is working for you.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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I would strong suggest you think of sending your children elsewhere if you're considering Queen Mary. One of the professionals that manages this facility has an anger management problem. His name is Doug Feaver. Recently, my 9-month-old and I were leaving a parking spot after I ran in to pick her up. I had been there for 2 minutes and it was a private spot. It was a mistake and it was the first time I had parked there. Doug ran out and started swearing at me saying that I'd be sorry for parking there. I apologized and he continued to rant and rave in front of my daughter. After finding out he works in childcare, I felt the need to warn other people.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I visited the Capilano Mall Gem Goldsmith location and had terrible customer service. My wedding ring was stuck on my hand and I had to have it cut off. I called the goldsmith and he told me to come down and he'd cut it off right away. He told me to come down within 10 minutes as he was leaving to get off work. I quickly arranged daycare for my children and came down. A clerk by the name of Fatma (Fatima?) told me that, no, they don't cut off rings and I should go to a firestation or hospital. I told her that I spoke with the goldsmith at their location and she didn't believe me. She said I must not have talked to them. I showed her my phone and the number I called - and she said, nope, it wasn't them. I know that cutting a ring off is not a big ticket item and there is very little money to be made, but this sort of service is unacceptable. I've worked for a jewelry store for years and it takes 10 seconds to cut off a ring. My hand did not need medical assistance and that was obvious. She just didn't have the time to look after my needs. What's even worse is that my fiance bought my engagement ring from the same lady! I didn't even know it was her. I will not shop here again and I recommend that other people shop at a store that cares about their customers.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago