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 | Workers Rights | Community Partner Webinars

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Future Webinars

Stay tuned for further webinars, and feel free to contact chris@elap.org with future presentation needs!


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.