Attorney Nicole M. Bluefort brings superior academic achievement, significant legal experience and proven results to the practice of law.
A double major in Communications and Hispanic Studies, she received her Bachelor's Degree from Boston College. She went on to complete her Master’s in Public Health from Tufts University School of Medicine and Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston Massachusetts. As part of her Master’s in Public Health work, she conducted a study in her hometown entitled “Bridging the Access Gap for the Underserved: An Assessment of Access to Health Care Services by the African-American Population in Lynn, MA.”
During law school, Bluefort was a strong student leader, dedicated and enthusiastic about improving student life at Northeastern. She received various honors and awards for academic achievement, leadership, public service, and trial skills such as the Denise Carty-Bennia Memorial Bar Award, President’s Marathon Challenge Award for Community-based Research, and Massachusetts Black Judges Award. As part of Northeastern's Cooperative Education Program, Attorney Bluefort worked in a variety of prominent legal settings including the United States District Court assigned to the Honorable Joyce London Alexander Ford-country’s first African-American Chief Magistrate Judge, United States Attorney’s Office Criminal Division-Drug Unit, Tarlow, Breed, Hart and Rodgers P.C. and Tufts Medical Center’s Medical-Legal Partnership for Children.
Prior to setting up her law practice, Bluefort worked as a Judicial Clerk for the Massachusetts Appeals Court assigned to the first African-American Justice to serve on the court, Frederick L. Brown. Bluefort also taught Litigation (Civil Trial and Appellate Practice) and Field Placement Seminar in an ABA-Approved Paralegal Program for North Shore Community College.
In addition, Attorney Bluefort strives to give back to local communities through volunteer and philanthropic activities. She volunteers with Neighborhood Legal Services and the Volunteer Lawyer's Project of the Boston Bar Association providing free civil legal assistance to low-income residents of the North Shore and Boston Area. She is also highly involved in the community serving as a volunteer tutor/mentor for children and motivational speaker/workshop presenter for high school students on post-secondary education and goal-setting. Additionally, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Lynn Community Health Center.
Bluefort is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
North Shore Office
444 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Lynn, MA 01904
60 State Street, Suite 700
Boston, MA 02109
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