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Helen Gulgun Bukulmez

NKU Salmon P. Chase College of Law

Helen Bukulmez is a licensed Kentucky attorney focusing her practice in the areas of immigration and personal injury law. As a professor at NKU Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Helen teaches Attorney Marketing and Law Project Management courses, and speaks nationally on such topics as Attorney Wellness, Law Firm Marketing, Technology in the Courtroom, and Diversity & Inclusion in the Legal Profession. Through her consulting firm EceROI.com, Helen helps law firms become profitable by creating effective marketing plans and providing staff training sessions on marketing, sales, firm culture, and wellness.

Helen holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Economics from the University of Uludag and a Certificate in Global Arbitration Law and Practice from the Queen Mary University of London. She obtained her Juris Doctorate degree from NKU Salmon P. Chase College of Law.

As the founder and leader of the national & international Facebook group Hiking Lawyers, Helen provides a platform for attorneys to inspire one another with ideas, suggestions and photos of outdoor adventures and healthier lifestyle choices. The group has over 1,200 members with 17 moderators, and organizes annual hiking events in a different state each year.

My Sessions

Walking the Walk: The Purpose-Based Practice

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Creating a law practice based on a lawyer’s passions and interests may be challenging but can also result in a practice in which the lawyer is fully invested and from which the lawyer may achieve both personal and professional satisfaction. Leveraging technology in this effort makes good business sense in allowing your business to achieve […]

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Tech Forward: New Jobs for New Lawyers

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Advances in technology have created new opportunities for new graduates from law school. There are many alternatives to traditional law practice, such as legal project management, data analytics, legal operations, and more.

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