Have you ever wondered how much a solo makes? Sam Glover, editor of Lawyerist, spent some time on this question in a recent online column. Data last year, based on the IRS and research from the University of Tennessee College of Law, puts the average take-home pay of a solo at about $49,000. This very low figure led other academicians to come up with their own numbers. The last line of the article is “If you come at your practice like an entrepreneur, with hard work and a clear strategy, you’ve got a good shot at beating the average.” If you would like to beat the average, come to the LPM-TECH conference on September 16 at the Columbia Convention Center. Entertaining speakers will help you with everything from email management to online marketing to personnel – so that you can be a successful solo entrepreneur. Early bird prices end September 2 and space is filling up! Register now!