World Traveler. Corporate Lawyer. New Dad.
Craig graduated from Virginia Tech in 2008 with a degree in History and Political Science. In 2011, Craig graduated from the American University Washington College of Law, where he served on the American University International Law Review. During law school Craig also earned a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from the American University School of International Service and served a senior staff member of the Journal of International Service.
Craig worked for several semesters during law school at the War Crimes Research Office, where he specialized in international criminal tribunals and international humanitarian law. Craig has also worked for Administrative Law Section of the United Nations Secretariat. Prior to joining the Mitchell Law Firm, Craig served in the Pre-Trial Chamber of the United Nations Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, where he worked on the prosecution of surviving members of the Khmer Rouge for war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide.
Craig focuses his practice on emerging growth companies and corporate transactions.