Brett M. Bornstein focuses his practice on estate planning, probate, real estate, and general transactional matters. Brett commits to thoroughly understanding the person behind every legal matter by employing a personalized approach to translate client goals into desired outcomes.
Brett has experience representing small businesses, start-ups, and nonprofit organizations. He has handled a range of contract, employment, entity formation, corporate governance, and risk management matters.
Brett received his Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, from Tulane University, majoring in Political Economy with a specialization in Law, Economics, and Policy and minoring in Philosophy and Business. Brett went on to attend law school at Vanderbilt University Law School, where in addition to his J.D., he earned Vanderbilt’s Law and Business Certificate. During law school, Brett externed with the Honorable Grace Dickler, Presiding Judge of the Cook County Circuit Court, competed in moot court, served on the Shade Tree Clinic Medical Legal Partnership, and was a Turner Family Community Enterprise Transactional Law Clinic Student Attorney. Before law school, Brett worked in the mergers and acquisitions and corporate hospitality businesses.