Montana has about 3,179 actively practicing lawyers, working across the private and public sectors. The state has a bevy of resources for those seeking legal assistance. Several solo private practitioners as well as private law firms often take cases on a pro-bono basis. There are also several legal aid clinics throughout the state to support those who are unemployed or earn low-income. Montana is also home to unique programs such as the Montana Pro Bono Connect Phone Advice Project, where people can get legal advice on matters of family law via phone, and the Court Help Program, which helps people with issues pertaining to civil law get information on rights, responsibilities, and resources.