"Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm."
      - Publilius Syrus





Cabell, a Martinsville native, graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 2014. After graduating from Hampden-Sydney College in 2007, Cabell went on to work throughout the mid-Atlantic as a Regional Director of fundraising and volunteer management for Ducks Unlimited, the nation's leading waterfowl conservation organization. Cabell's practice areas include general civil litigation, insurance defense and family law.

Cabell served as a member of Hampden-Sydney Honor Court and was also involved with the Graduate and Professional Honor System at UNC, serving as Deputy Attorney General for the School of Law. While in law school Cabell had the honor of working alongside Judge Fred G. Morrison Jr., a Senior Administrative Law Judge in Raleigh, North Carolina. In addition to practicing law, Cabell enjoys hunting, fishing and playing golf.

Bar Admissions:
Virginia, 2014
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Virginia State Bar
Danville Bar Association
Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys
Past Employment Positions:
Ducks Unlimited, Inc., Regional Director of Fundraising and Volunteer Management, 2007-2011, Charlotte, NC

Externship and Internship Experience:
Honorable Fred G. Morrison, Jr., North Carolina Senior Administrative Law Judge, 2013
Fulbright Commission, Intern, Prague, Czech Republic, 2006
United States House Majority Whip, Roy Blunt, Intern, Washington, D.C., 2006

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Law, 2014
UNC Graduate and Professional Honor System, Attorney General, School of Law

Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 2007
Cum Laude
The Wilson Center for Leadership
Society of 1791
Major:  Political Science
Minor: Environmental Studies, Public Service
Hampden-Sydney Honor Court Member

Cabell Barrow
phone: 434-793-8200  |  email: click here
fax:     434-793-8436  |  vCard: click here

Practice Areas:

  • Family Law
  • Insurance Defense
  • Civil Litigation
  • Personal Injury