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STEPHEN M. BRETT has made a gift to establish the Stephen M. Brett Scholarship Fund. The fund will award merit or need-based financial aid annually to two 1L students from Colorado. As counsel in the Business & Real Estate Department of Sherman & Howard’s Denver office, Brett focuses his practice in brokering business transactions and offering general corporate advice.

Brett began his career as an associate at Dewey Ballantine in New York. In 1971 he joined Sherman & Howard, where he worked for 27 years before joining Tele-Communications, Inc. He was general counsel and executive vice president of TCI until its 1999 merger with AT&T. After the merger, Brett served as senior executive vice president of AT&T Broadband until he rejoined Sherman & Howard in January 2001.

Brett graduated from Penn Law cum laude. His daughter Claudia L’93 attended Penn Law as a Public Interest Scholar.
 
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