Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | January 18, 2012
Today, in protest to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) legislation now pending in the U.S. House of Representatives, major online sites such as Wikipedia’s English language site threatened to go dark in protest. It made good on the threat. Today, the page displays the following message:
Imagine a World Without Free Knowledge. For over [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | January 16, 2012
With the election season in full swing, it’s anyone’s guess how things will progress. Meanwhile, the State of South Carolina has caused a ruckus with its newly enacted photo ID for voters law. Critics say that the law, which requires all voters to produce a photo ID prior to voting, has the potential to disproportionately [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | January 6, 2012
For those who missed it, the Connecticut Law Tribune’s annual Forecast issue was published on Monday. I was asked to contribute a piece for the publication on my 2012 predictions for LGBT legal issues. If you don’t already have your copy in paper form, you can view the article online.
Read: The Ever-Changing Landscape Of LGBT [...]
Irene C. Olszewski, Esq. | January 2, 2012
Tucked away in Farmington, Connecticut is a an amazingly talented nature and landscape photographer. The first time I viewed the works of J. Victoria Tobias, I was in awe. Her keen eye for detail and composition absolutely amazed me. From the simplest flower to the most detailed seascape, every photograph tells its own story.
Tobias has [...]