"A threat to justice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." — Dr. Martin Luther King

"A threat to justice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." — Dr. Martin Luther King

In Memoriam


Barry Hasson (1944 – 2015)

 

ELAP is saddened by the passing of Barry Hasson a founding Board member of ELAP, and one of ELAP’s longest serving Board members. Led by a strong value of access to equal justice, Barry provided valuable guidance during the formative years of ELAP and continued to volunteer at ELAP legal clinics including the Multi-Lingual Clinic after his retirement from the active practice of law. We offer our deepest sympathy to his wife Annette and his family. The Family graciously designated ELAP as a place to make donations in Barry’s memory.

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Welcome

The Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) is a non-profit organization that provides high-quality, no-cost civil legal services to survivors of domestic violence throughout King County, Washington, and to low-income residents of East and Northeast King County.


Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) Family Law Fellowship Opportunity


ELAP DV / Family Law Corps Opportunity


We are seeking experienced, non-practicing, Family Law attorneys who would like to volunteer five to fifteen hours a week helping domestic violence survivors obtain Domestic Violence Protection Orders and Temporary Orders.

Please follow this link for more information.

 

ELAP Family Law Fellowship Opportunity


The Family Law Fellowship provides free hands on legal training, CLE credits, and networking opportunities to help new attorneys start their Family Law practice. You will gain valuable experience while assisting domestic violence survivors.
Please follow this link to learn more or apply.


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Warning: Domestic Violence Survivors!

Please be aware that the websites you visit are often stored in your computer's memory. The next time you open your browser, websites you last visited may show up. If you share a computer with your abuser, she or he may be able to review the sites you have visited. The safest way to search for information on the Internet is at a local library, public school, friend's house, or office location.

Caution: ELAP cannot provide legal assistance in criminal matters, and services may be limited by the number of attorneys and other resources available.

"A threat to justice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." — Dr. Martin Luther King

"A threat to justice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." — Dr. Martin Luther King