|1.|| Berkman Center for Internet and Society - The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School is a research program founded to explore cyberspace, share in its study, and help pioneer its development.
|2.|| Committee For Public Counsel Services - CPCS - The Committee for Public Counsel Services is a fifteen-member body established by Chapter 211D of the Massachusetts General Laws to oversee the provision of legal representation to indigent persons in the Commonwealth.
|3.|| Equal Justice Coalition of Massachusetts (Boston, Massachucetts) - The Equal Justice Coalition advocates for civil legal services for low and moderate income people throughout Massachusetts and supports equal access to justice for all.
|4.|| Greater Boston Legal Services - Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS) provides free civil (noncriminal) legal assistance to low-income people in Boston and thirty-one additional cities and towns.
|5.|| Legal Services for Cape Cod and Islands, Inc - LSCCI is a non-profit corporation which provides free civil legal services to low-income and elderly residents of our community. In addition to our staff attorneys in both our Hyannis and Plymouth offices, we are able to extend our client base as a result of a generous corps of volunteer attorneys.
|6.|| Massachusetts Legal Services Program - Legal Services programs are private non-profit organizations providing free legal assistance to low income consumers. At least one program serves every city and town in Massachusetts. Many areas are served by more than one program
|7.|| Neighborhood Legal Services - NLS has a staff of 12 attorneys, 2 paralegals and 7 support staff members.Currently NLS focuses on five areas, housing, family law, employment, economic development and public benefits