Hometown Practice, Statewide Service
John B. Adcock is a Board Certificate Specialist in Commercial Property Law. For over two decades John has represented individuals and businesses in complex commercial real estate matters throughout the State of North Carolina.
In addition to his specialization, John has a vast amount of experience in residential real estate, zoning and law use laws, and local and state governmental regulations. Adcock Law Firm is located in the historic Harrison-Holland House in downtown Fuquay-Varina.
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About John Adcock
Prior to becoming an attorney, John gained valuable hands' on experience with the fields of law he practices today. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University. While attending Appalachian State, John worked for the Town of Boone Planning Department, was the student representative on the Town of Boone Planning Board and completed an internship with the Harnett County Planning Department.
After graduation, John worked as a land use planner for multiple local governments in North Carolina. John accepted a position with the United States Department of Defense and moved to Washington D.C. With the Department of Defense, John worked in a variety of positions as a cartographer, contracting officer and in the agency's international office.
While employed with the Department of Defense, John obtained a master's degree in International Affairs from The Catholic University of America. John obtained his law degree from the University of Memphis School of Law. While attending law school John completed internships with the Untied States Attorney's Office for the Western District of Tennessee and multiple private law firms.
After graduating from law school, John and his wife Cara, decided to move back home. For over two decades John has practiced law and served his community. He has served on transportation and land use committees for the Town of Fuquay-Varina and in 2018, John served in the North Carolina House of Representatives representing Southern Wake County.
John currently serves on the board of directors for the Triangle Community Coalition, First Bank's Wake County Advisory Board and the board of Capital Area Preservation. John is married with two children. In his free time he enjoys working on his family's farm, fishing the lower Cape Fear River region, hiking the high country of North Carolina and spending time with his family.