ABOUT THIS PROJECT

This website and related print materials were produced by Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) in coordination with organizations providing civil legal aid services in King County.

 

Thank you to the following people who gave their time to be interviewed for the project:

 

Jim Bamberger, Executive Director, Washington Office of Civil Legal Aid - Hear more from Jim's interview

Jorge L. Barón, Executive Director, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project - Hear more from Jorge's interview

Ailise Delaney, Staff Attorney, Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) - Hear more from Ailise's interview

Alex Doolittle, Executive Director, Benefits Law Center- Hear more from Alex's interview

Anne Lee, Executive Director, TeamChild - Hear more from Anne's interview

Michelle Lucas, Directing Attorney, Tenant Law Center - Hear more from Michelle's interview

Joseph Jordan, Managing Attorney, Northwest Justice Project - Hear more from Joseph's interview

Chris Lovings, Community Engagement Manager, Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) - Hear more from Chris' interview

Behnaz Mansouri, Senior Attorney, Unemployment Law Project - Hear more from Behnaz's interview

Riddhi Mukhopadhyay, Director, Sexual Violence Law Center - Hear more from Riddhi's interview

Jaelynn Scott, Executive Director, Lavender Rights Project - Hear more from Jaelynn's interview

Edmund Witter, Senior Managing Attorney, King County Bar Association - Hear more from Edmund's interview

the importance of civil legal aid