Meet Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean
Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean is an experienced attorney-at-law based in Massachusetts. Her superb academic achievements and consistent legal track record speak for themselves and make her a reliable and trusted name for matters related to accident law, business law, family law and criminal law etc.
Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Boston College with a double major in Hispanic studies and Communications. She then completed her Master’s degree in Public Health from the Tufts University School of Medicine and then went on to get her Juris Doctor (J.D) from the Northeastern University School of Law in Boston Massachusetts. When working on her Master’s in Public Health, she also conducted a study in her hometown that focused on access to health care services by the African American population in Lynn.
Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean is a born leader and her exceptional leadership skills were evident in her activities at college and university. Dedicated to improving societal life at her university, she was highly active in social services and debates and received various honors and awards for academic achievement, leadership, public service and trial skills. Her list of achievements includes:
• The Denise Carty-Bennia Memorial Bar Award
• President’s Marathon Challenge Award for Community-based Research
• And the prestigious Massachusetts Black Judges Award
Prior to starting out professionally as a lawyer at her law firm, Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean already had an impressive resume because of her diverse work experience.
• Being a part of the Northeastern University’s Cooperative Education Program, Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean worked in a variety of prominent legal settings including the United States District Court, where she was assigned to the Honorable Joyce London Alexander – Ford country’s first African-American Chief Magistrate Judge.
• She has also practiced in the 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.
• Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean has also worked as a Judicial Clerk at the Massachusetts Appeals Court and during her time there she was assigned to the first African-American Justice to serve on the court, Frederick L. Brown.
• The attorney also has significant teaching experience which further sharpened her skills and diversified her knowledge. She has taught Litigation (Civil Trial and Appellate Practice) and conducted a Field Placement Seminar in an ABA-Approved Paralegal Program to students at the North Shore Community College.
Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean strongly believes in giving back to the society and her vast philanthropic work and volunteer activities are proof of this statement. She regularly assists in neighborhood community services, doing her part in the betterment of the community.
• She serves as a volunteer for the Volunteer Lawyer's Project of the Boston Bar Association which provides free civil legal assistance to low-income residents of the North Shore and Boston Area.
• The attorney puts strong emphasis on community serving and also works as a tutor and mentor for children in the local neighborhood.
• With inborn communication skills, Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean regularly holds sessions where she conducts motivational speeches and workshop presentations for high school students. Her favorite topics include the importance of post-secondary education and goal-setting which help young students discover more opportunities for shaping their future.
• Attorney Nicole Bluefort-Jean also serves on the Board of Directors at the Lynn Community Health Center.
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