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Jonathan Barber is a passionate and experienced corporate transactions and litigations attorney. He has ample experience with large finance corporations, but his true passion lies in working with entrepreneurs and small businesses. This led him to the Liberty University School of Law where he studied transactional law.

After graduating with his JD, Jonathan became an adjunct professor of business law at a local community college, then began working as an associate attorney under Jason Power. Like Jason, Jonathan’s drive comes from his “healthy disregard for the impossible.” Ready to take on any challenge, Jonathan will do everything possible to find a solution. His diligence and commitment to law has led him to being named a 2019 1851 Magazine Franchise Legal Player, 2019 Franchise Times Legal Eagle, and 2016, 2017, and 2018 North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society.

Outside the office, Jonathan loves to spend time with his family, including his cocker spaniel Gus, volunteer with several Charlotte nonprofits, and serve as an active member of Forest Hill Church. He also brews his own beer, is a member of Carolina Brewmasters, and has even helped draft alcoholic beverage laws for the state of North Carolina.

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Education

Liberty University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2015

LIBERTY UNIVERSITY
B.S., Finance, 2012

Activities & Affiliations
Bar Admissions
  • North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court – Western District of North Carolina
  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court – Western District of North Carolina
  • United States Tax Court
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Jonathan Barber is a passionate and experienced corporate transactions and litigations attorney. He has ample experience with large finance corporations, but his true passion lies in working with entrepreneurs and small businesses. This led him to the Liberty University School of Law where he studied transactional law.

After graduating with his JD, Jonathan became an adjunct professor of business law at a local community college, then began working as an associate attorney under Jason Power. Like Jason, Jonathan’s drive comes from his “healthy disregard for the impossible.” Ready to take on any challenge, Jonathan will do everything possible to find a solution. His diligence and commitment to law has led him to being named a 2019 1851 Magazine Franchise Legal Player, 2019 Franchise Times Legal Eagle, and 2016, 2017, and 2018 North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society.


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Charlotte NC 28217