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 email@example.com.
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Tenant Rights and the Eviction Moratorium 2021
Thursday Jan 21st from 5 – 6:30 PM
Join ELAP as we talk about the state of WA’s Eviction Moratorium, and Tenant Rights for the 2021 year!
COVID Scams with the AG’s Office
Thursday Jan 28th from 5 – 6:30 PM
Have you received advertisements for COVID vaccines that feel like scams? Are you concerned about the rise in identity theft during this time? Please join in with ELAP as presenters from the Consumer Protection Division of the WA Attorney General’s Office talk about current scams related to COVID.
Webinars from Community Partners
There are other legal aid providers who are offering Webinars as well. See below for links to those agencies.
Unemployment Law Project (ULP) Webinars Page
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) – Has webinars in Spanish
Fair Work Center and Casa Latina – Webinars are on Facebook Live and in Spanish
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.