A conversation with Sharon Brett: What’s influenced the ACLU’s top lawyer


Editor's note: This is the first of two interviews with lawyers who are intimately involved in legal cases that are shaping public policy in Kansas on both sides of the political spectrum. Today, we publish our interview with Sharon Brett, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas. Tomorrow, we will publish our interview with Dan Burrows, who is new to Kansas politics as a top deputy for Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach.

Sharon Brett could have done many things.

In high school, she considered theater.

Later in college, she considered social work.

Ultimately, she . . .


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