Trumbull High School in Trumbull, Connecticut has been in the news lately over the school principal, Marc Guarino’s “abrupt” decision to cancel the school’s Thespian Society’s production of the school edition of the musical Rent, which is “based loosely on Puccini’s La Boheme,” and follows a “year in the life of a group of impoverished young
Kristen Marcroft will be a panelist in a symposium the Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyers Section is presenting tomorrow, November 22 in conjunction with the University of Connecticut School of Law’s Lambda Law Society.
Attendees of Supreme
Connecticut Bar Association LGBT Section Gathering with Connecticut Supreme Court Justice Andrew McDonald
On November 13, 2013, the new Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Section of the Connecticut Bar Association held a meeting featuring Connecticut Supreme Court Justice Andrew McDonald. Justice McDonald is Connecticut’s first openly
Five years ago today, same sex couples began marrying in Connecticut. News coverage and photos from that day are available on GLAD’s website.
When the Connecticut marriage equality decision — Elizabeth Kerrigan et al v. Commissioner of Public Health et al — was released, we could not have predicted the massive
One of the rights we associate with marriage, is, when a marriage fails, the right to end that marriage.
At the same time that Illinois is on the brink of becoming the fifteenth state to allow gay couples to legally wed, two Texas same sex couples are trying to find a court to grant them a divorce.