Let us quote Mr. Susskind in full:
"TESSA Shepperson defies the conventional wisdom that only large law firms can innovate with IT — proving that a sole practitioner can work wonders with a website. Shepperson is a solicitor who specialises in landlord and tenant law and for five years has maintained an online information service for residential landlords and tenants (www.landlordlaw.co.uk).
Packed with standard documents, articles, tips, answers to frequently asked questions and a regular newsletter, the site provides access and insight to this relatively self-contained area of law at affordable prices (“peace of mind at £1.25 per week”). Her most recent offering is downloadable audio files, enabling users to listen to legal guidance. Shepperson also maintains a blog, musings in and around landlord and tenant law (http://landlordlaw.blogspot.com)."
Susskind also makes a little pitch about how other lawyers should start to blog:
"For those lawyers sceptical about blogging, they should visit her site and then dip into The Corporate Blogging Book, a compelling new guide to the business blogosphere by Debbie Weil (www.thecorporatebloggingbook.com). Weil shows that blogging can be a powerful form of corporate communication. Soon, many lawyers will be blogging, and not just sole practitioners."
Weil's book looks quite good. You can download the first chapter for free. I think I will order it.