Prior to joining the firm in 1991, Craig articled at the Crown Law Office (Civil), of the Ministry of the Attorney General, and also worked for a short time in the Ministry’s constitutional law branch. Craig became a partner in 1994 and has developed a thriving litigation practice. His areas of expertise include commercial law, bankruptcy and insolvency, and employment and construction litigation.
As a result of having appeared before all levels of Ontario courts, Craig has developed significant experience and a keen interest in representing professionals before tribunals such as the Ontario College of Pharmacists and the Ontario College of Nurses.
He is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association, The County of York Law Association, The Lawyers Club, The Osgoode Society, and The Advocates Society. Craig has also appeared as a guest judge for the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop at Osgoode Hall Law School.