Associate Biography

Natasha Barone has wanted to be a lawyer since she was seven years old. She is an associate with Hutchens Law Firm practicing in the areas of litigation and creditors’ rights.
As one of the newer attorneys, Natasha says “ I chose to work at Hutchens Law Firm because of the people I have the privilege of working for and with.  The attorneys and staff at Hutchens Law Firm are wonderful people who genuinely care about our clients and each other.”
Over the past two years, Natasha has taken pro bono cases and volunteered  at Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Call for All program.  Natasha says the experience has given her the opportunity to explore areas of the law in which she does not typically practice and has helped her realize the positive impact lawyers can have on people’s lives.  
Natasha’s compassionate nature helps her understand both sides of any argument.
“I chose litigation because it gives me the opportunity to help people get through some of the most difficult and trying periods in their lives.” – Natasha Barone

Professional Profile


Undergraduate degree from The Pennsylvania State University
Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law


North Carolina State Bar, 2010
US District Court for the Eastern District of NC
US District Court for the Middle District of NC



Fayetteville Ladies Power Lunch, Advisory Council
North Carolina State Bar Association Foundation, Inc.’s  Lawyer on Line Committee
Wake Forest University School of Law Young Alumni Board
American Association for Justice Trial team
North Carolina Bar Association

    • NCBA Young Lawyer’s Division, Military Issues Committee co-chair 2015-2016
    • NCBA 4ALL Committee, Fayetteville Site Chair 2016-2017
    • NCBA Litigation and Appellate Practice sections

Cumberland County Bar Association

    • Gala Committee member 2012
    • Gala Committee Chairperson 2013


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Publications & Articles


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