An associate with Hutchens Law Firm working in the areas of creditors’ rights and litigation, J. Caleb Rogers knows the value of being forthright, receptive, and focused for his clients. After winning his first ever jury trial, the judge cautioned him to always do his best but to remember that it’s the client who will win or lose - not the lawyer. That moment helped shape the way he practices law.
Caleb earned his wings as a member of the U.S. Army Reserves, completing the Airborne Course at Ft. Benning, GA. Without a doubt, he credits being in the Armed Forces for his success as an attorney.
“The Army has provided legal education and mentoring that have sharpened my skills as an advocate and strengthened who I am as a person.”
Caleb is active with the Red Cross, serving on the Haywood County Chapter of the Red Cross Board of Directors from 2006 to 2011, as Chairman of the Board from 2009 to 2011, and as the Nominations Committee Chair in 2008. He also serves in Music Ministry at Currytown Baptist Church where he attends with his family.
Juris Doctor degree from Wake Forest University School of Law (2005)
Undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University (2002)
North Carolina State Bar (2005)
U.S. District Court of North Carolina: Western District (2005)
U.S. Supreme Court (2010)
MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS:
North Carolina Bar Association
North Carolina Bar Association | Real Estate Section
North Carolina Bar Association | Elder Law Section
21st Judicial District Bar Association
Forsyth County Bar Association
30th Judicial District Bar Association
Haywood County Bar Association (President 2007-2012)
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:
Distinguished Graduate, 188th Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course
ABA Award for Professionalism
J. Caleb Rogers and his unit - the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate - 81st Regional Support Command, received the Chief of Staff Award for Excellence in Legal Assistance.