The Community Health Law Partnership Clinic virtually presented “An Update for Advocates and Communities on COVID-related SNAP and P-EBT Benefits” that covered changes to the SNAP (food stamps) Program and the P-EBT (school lunch) Program for families with school-aged children as well as how to challenge decisions. The August webinar had over 60 attendees, representing 50 organizations across Georgia. Associate Dean Jason A. Cade, who directs the Community HeLP Clinic, served as moderator of the event that featured Georgia Division of Family and Children Services Director Tom C. Rawlings (J.D.’92), Georgia Legal Services Program Supervising Attorney Bonnie Miller (J.D.’98) and GLSP Public Benefits Specialist Marta Shelton. Rising third-year student Ansley S. Whiten helped organize the webinar and prepare the materials.