Nicholas Roberts (Cole) is an associate attorney with the Huchens Law firm currently practicing in our Fayetteville area. While Cole has a diverse range of experience, his primary focus with the Firm is real estate law.
Prior to joining the Hutchens Team, Cole practiced in Raleigh, North Carolina. There, as an associate in a high-volume real estate practice, he worked on residential and commercial transactions that included many of the region’s largest builders and real estate developers.
Originally from Durham, North Carolina, Cole earned his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from East Carolina University. During his senior year, he had the distinct honor of serving the President of the United States as an intern in the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. After graduating, Cole worked for the US House of Representatives as a liaison to the Military, Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, and other key federal agencies. Driven by a passion for law, government, and public policy, Cole then enrolled in law school at Elon University. While in law school, Cole served as President of the Federalist Society for Law and Public policy where he researched constitutional issues and fostered fair, serious, and open debate over modern constitutional questions. Following graduation, Cole spent several years working with regulatory affairs in the aerospace and defense industry before making the transition to real estate law.
A service-minded professional, Cole finds fulfillment in his ability to positively impact the lives of his clients and his community. Believing success is as much about building relationships as it is results, his approach to practice is both personable and effective.
Cole resides in Raleigh, NC with his wife, Kara, and their two children. When not working, Cole enjoys spending time with his family and can often be found backpacking, saltwater fishing, or watching college football.
Juris Doctor degree from Elon University School of Law (2014)
Undergraduate degree from East Carolina University (2006)
North Carolina State Bar
MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS:
American Bar Association
North Carolina Bar Association – Real Property Section
New Hanover County Bar Association
Wake County Bar Association
Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy