Mass. must be creative in helping poor residents with civil cases


The Massachusetts legal community should identify matters that can be handled by people with more limited training, which should be facilitated by the governor and legislature.
Editorial (Massachusetts)

Boston Globe
January 22, 2015
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Boston Globe editorial. “Another way to chip away at the problem is to broaden the pool of trained people and organizations that can help. The Massachusetts legal community should identify matters that can be handled by people with more limited training, and the new Baker administration should work with the Legislature to facilitate that training.”