Nicholas Ciarelli, the 19-year-old editor and publisher of Think Secret, is hoping to find free or low cost legal representation in his lawsuit with Apple, which sued the site earlier this month claiming that it illegally published company trade secrets. Ciarelli said Friday that he can’t afford to defend himself. “A lot of lawyers are interested in my case, but few are able to do it for free or low cost,” Ciarelli, of Cazenovia, New York, said. “I’m seeking representation.” Ciarelli, who described himself as “an enthusiastic fan of Apple’s products since an early age,” started Think Secret in 1998 when he was 13.