Nkoyo-Ene Effiong


Nkoyo-Ene Effiong is the Director of Law Practice Management Program for the State Bar of Georgia. In that role, she helps Georgia lawyers tap into innovation to build a profitable and purpose-filled practice with less struggle and stress. Prior to joining the State Bar, Nkoyo was the founder and principal attorney at The Effiong Firm LLC, a strategic law and consulting firm that advocated unapologetically for excellence, equity, and education justice alongside communities of color. As a strategic partner, Nkoyo helped caregivers and courageous leaders protect the people and purposes that mattered most to them.

With a steadfast focus on equipping clients with the confidence, competence, and capacity they need to resolve problems better, The Effiong Firm leveraged technology to offer practical and proactive legal and advocacy solutions through flat fee and subscription services.

Nkoyo is a proud graduate of Brown University and New York University School of Law. She lives in Atlanta with her husband and children.

My Sessions

Building Your Dream Law Firm: Unlocking the Possibility of Alternative Legal Services

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The practice of law is evolving and transforming —and law firms and legal practioners are finding innovative ways to keep up. According to the 2020 Legal Trends Report, over a quarter of law firms now offer unbundled legal services, and eight percent offer subscription-based legal services, creating a shift in revenue and labor structures. Driven […]


Infusing Cultural Competence into Your Business Operations

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Equity in the Law is not designated only for Civil Rights Attorneys. In fact, you have the opportunity to elevate equity in your practice today — with yourself, your team, and your clients — whether you’re a litigator or have a transactional practice. At the end of the seession, you will have the tools and […]


Serve New Clients by Increasing Cultural Competency

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Lawyers can serve more clients when they design for cross-cultural competency. You don’t have to speak a second language to draw clients across from varying communities, however, if you want to reach more clients, you do have to design a client experience that speaks to more than one group. In this session we will share […]