Webinars

ELAP provides public workshops at local libraries, schools, churches, and other community gathering places where volunteer attorneys discuss a variety of legal issues such as veterans benefits, wills and estate planning, probate, consumer fraud, immigration, and other topics.

As a response to current events with Covid-19, ELAP is now conducting webinars. Please see below for the recordings of these webinars, along with transcripts and further resources. If you are interested in a particular topic, please email Chris Lovings – ELAP’s Community Engagement Manager – at chris@elap.org.

Future Webinars | Consumer Law | ELAP Staff | Immigration Rights | Public Benefits | Social Security | Tenant Rights | Unemployment Rights | Veterans Rights | Community Partner Webinars

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Future Webinars

Public Benefits (P-EBT, DCAP, etc.) with Solid Ground and ELAP

Tuesday, July 21st: 4:00 – 5:30 PM Pacific Time

During COVID, there have been many temporary policies put in place around Public Benefits received from DSHS. Programs such as the Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) and Disaster Cash Assistance Program (DCAP) are offered, but what are those programs and how will they affect you? Join ELAP, Statewide Poverty Action Center’s Lianna Kressin, and Solid Ground’s Grete Schultz as those programs are explained and your questions are answered.

This webinar will take place on Zoom on Tuesday, July 21st from 4:00 – 5:00 PM PT. This webinar is for the public, and is open to all. If you’d like to join, please register at the link below.

Registration Link

Disclaimer: This webinar will be recorded, please turn off your video if you do not wish to be on the recording.


Webinars from Community Partners

There are other legal aid providers who are offering Webinars as well. See below for links to those agencies.

Unemployment Information:
Unemployment Law Project (ULP) Webinars Page

Immigrant Information:
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) – Has webinars in Spanish

Workers’ Rights:
Fair Work Center and Casa Latina – Webinars are on Facebook Live and in Spanish

Public Health Information:
King County Public Health Webinar – Webinar conducted in Spanish by Eastside for All with representatives from King County Public Health

Consumer Law Information:
Northwest Consumer Law Center – The NW Consumer Law Project has been offering a large amount of information about Consumer Law on their site. Info about foreclosure moratoriums, consumer debt, and student loans during this crisis.

Small Business/Non-Profit Information:
Communities Rise – Communities Rise offers a variety of resources for Small Businesses and Non-Profits, including videos walking thru how to apply for the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) Loan, Emergency Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), and a Lease Amendment Toolkit.