is a lawyer, retired judge, and former prosecutor currently praticing law in Pittsboro, North Carolina
. Judge Barber served as Senior Resident Superior Court Judge for North Carolina Judicial District 15B from 1998-2006. He returned to private practice in June 2007, and his daughter, Elizabeth Barber, joined the practice in March 2010. The two now practice as .
Judge Barber graduated from Pittsboro High School in 1962. He received a B.A. in Economics from Davidson College
in 1967 and received a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
in 1970, where he served as president of his class and vice president of the Student Bar Association.
Over the course of his career, Judge Barber has expanded his legal education by attending numerous conferences and seminars, including intensive programs with the National College of District Attorneys, Cornell University
, Duke University School of Law
, the University of North Carolina School of Business
, the Arizona Supreme Court
, and the National Judicial College.
Judge Barber began his career with the Mecklenburg Legal Aid Society. In 1971 he joined the general practice law firm Barber, Holmes, and Barber in Pittsboro
. In 1977, Judge Barber left private practice to serve as the District Attorney
counties, a position he held until 1984. While District Attorney, Judge Barber was active in the North Carolina District Attorneys Association, serving as President of... Read More