Mary Aiken Barrow, Raleigh Family Law Attorney
Mary Aiken Barrow, a Raleigh native and Broughton graduate, is a member of the Family Law section at Tharrington Smith, LLP. Ms. Barrow earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2006 and subsequently received her law degree from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. During her time at Campbell Law School, Ms. Barrow served as a member and as submissions co-editor of the Law Review. Additionally, she was a family law research assistant for Professor Jean Cary of Campbell Law School. Barrow is the recipient of the Robert A. Jenkins Award for outstanding representation of the Campbell School of Law to the community, the profession, and the public. Ms. Barrow received recognition as runner-up in the American Association of Justice’s Regional Student Trial Advocacy Competition in 2012 and as both a semi-finalist and recipient of the Second Best Brief Award from the U.C. Davis Asylum & Refugee National Moot Court Competition.
Ms. Barrow is a national member of the Order of the Barristers, having exhibited excellence and attained high honor through the art of courtroom advocacy, and she is a member of both the Wake County Bar Association and the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.
When not practicing law, Ms. Barrow is involved in numerous competitive activities, including running and coaching Campbell Law School mock trial teams. She is also an avid UNC basketball fan.
- Juris Doctor, 2012
- Law Review, member and as submissions co-editor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- BA, Psychology 2006
Memberships & Admissions
- North Carolina State Bar, 2012
- Order of the Barristers, member, 2012
- Wake County Bar Association, member, 2012
- 10th Judicial District Bar, member, 2012
- North Carolina Bar Association, Family Law Section Member, Young Lawyers Division 2012
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