Robert H. Hull, Jr.

Attorney in Charlotte, NC

Bob Hull has more than 3 decades of experience counseling clients on issues ranging from general business matters to intricate real estate acquisitions, dispositions and financings.

A Focus on Real Estate

Bob currently serves as General (outside) Counsel to the Charlotte Regional REALTOR Association, Carolina Multiple Listing Services, Inc. and its affiliated companies and has represented other regional REALTOR Associations on various engagements. His real estate practice focuses on commercial and residential real estate development, acquisitions, dispositions and financings, title examinations and title insurance matters, commercial lending and retail and office leasing transactions. He works with real estate developers, buyers, sellers and lenders in all aspects of real estate transactions. Frequently, he advises out-of-state lenders on North Carolina-related legal issues.

Helping Business Owners

Bob regularly assists corporate clients in handling various business matters, negotiating contracts and carrying out business transactions of all types. He advises clients on company formation matters, ongoing management and ownership issues as well as merger and acquisition transactions. Bob also prepares Wills and Trusts and advises clients on business succession planning and other estate planning matters.

Outside Nexsen Pruet

Casting a fly on a North Carolina stream is where Bob feels most at home. He fishes as often as he can throughout the state and has even had the opportunity to angle on streams in Montana and Idaho.

A native Charlottean, Bob is active in the local community and has served in leadership roles with the Mecklenburg County Bar, UNC Charlotte Athletic Foundation, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and the House of Mercy. Through the years, he has coached numerous youth sports teams.

Bob and his wife, Tammy, have 2 children...and a grandchild on the way.

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Areas of Law

  • Start-ups
  • Corporate Governance
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Financial Services
  • Corporate Law
  • Estate Planning and Wealth Transfer Planning
  • Real Estate


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Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 1980, North Carolina

Law School Attended

Wake Forest University
Class of 1980

University Attended

University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Class of 1976

Associations & Memberships

Civic & Professional Memberships•University of North Carolina at Charlotte Athletic Foundation
•House of Mercy Board of Directors
•American ... More

Representative Cases

Notable: General (outside) Counsel to Charlotte Regional REALTOR Association, Carolina Multiple Listing Services, Inc. and affiliated companies and has represented other regional REALTOR Associations on various engagements.; Represents various parties in numerous business transactions, including stock and asset acquisitions, dispositions, mergers, ... More

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Robert H. Hull, Jr.
The Carillon Building 227 W. Trade St., Ste. 1550,
Charlotte, NC 28202


Nexsen Pruet, LLC (Charlotte, North Carolina)

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