Massachusetts has over 42,900 actively practicing lawyers, working in a range of areas - from government offices to solo practices to firms employing anywhere between 10 to 500 people. The state also has a host of resources for seekers of legal aid. The Civil Legal Aid for Victims of Crime (CLAVC) and the Massachusetts Legal Resource Finder help those in low-income groups find free legal representation, while the Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service and the National Lawyers' Guild (Massachusetts Chapter, Lawyer Referral Service) help refer lawyers to those who have failed to achieve legal assistance. The state is also home to Harvard University Small Claims Advisory Service - dedicated to helping students find legal help.
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