Kerry Hutcherson, Kerry is a land use and real estate attorney, and he represents developers, small business owners, landlords and tenants, farmers, and non-profit land trusts and conservation organizations. Kerry has a law degree from the University of Richmond, a master’s degree in urban and regional planning from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech. From 2005 to 2015, Kerry worked for the Virginia Outdoors Foundation, first as an intern and then as staff counsel, on hundreds of conservation transactions and conservation easement enforcement matters. Since joining Rudy, Coyner & Associates, PLLC, Kerry has expanded his practice and clientele on a variety of land-related legal matters, usually transactional in nature. He plays a variety of musical instruments and lives in Hanover County with his wife, two boys, and a bunch of chickens.