Nicole M. Bluefort – Attorney
Attorney Nicole Bluefort is known for her aggressive representation. She is an experienced trial attorney who leads a general practice law firm with offices in Lynn and Boston. Attorney Bluefort focuses on family law, criminal defense, probate, and general litigation. She served as an Adjunct Professor at North Shore Community College’s ABA Approved Paralegal Program where she taught Civil Litigation, Legal Research, and Field Placement.
Her education is extensive and impressive: a graduate of Boston College with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Hispanic Studies, Northeastern University School of Law with a Juris Doctor, and Tufts University School of Medicine with a Master’s degree in Public Health. After graduating from law school, Nicole completed a two-year term as a judicial clerk for the first African American to be appointed to the Massachusetts Appeals Court, Judge Frederick Brown.
Nicole is featured on billboards throughout the North Shore and Boston, has appeared on major networks such as CNN, ESPN, and FOX, and has commented on various legal issues in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Her list of achievements include: being named to the North Shore Community College’s Board of Trustees by Governor Charlie Baker, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Top Women of Law 2018, National Bar Association’s Top 40 Under 40 – Nation’s Best Advocates, The Network Journal’s “40 Under Forty Achievers” Award, President’s Marathon Challenge Award for Community-Based Research, Denise Carty-Bennia Memorial Bar Award, Woman of the Week for 97.7 FM and she was awarded the 2019 Business Woman of the Year Award from the Greater Lynn Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole is a national and international speaker who frequently tours with the Black CEO Institute sharing her lecture The 5 Strategies for Building a Profitable Business.
Nicole serves on the board of the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, volunteers as an expert guest speaker at Northeastern University’s Business School, Boston Bar Association, Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association and Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys. She is a member of the Boston Bar Association, National Bar Association, Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association, Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys and the Boston Business Women Network.