Craig is an Associate in the Business Crime department.
- Lord Denning Society
- Young Fraud Lawyers Association (YFLA)
At Peters & Peters, in the Business Crime department, Craig has assisted on cases involving extradition and Interpol Red Notices, banking fraud (including a Serious Fraud Office investigation into a major multinational bank), Libor, and FX manipulation following a major US Department of Justice investigation.
He has further worked on a variety of complex international criminal law matters, including in the area of sanctions and export control, and on commercial disputes, civil fraud and asset tracing cases, within the Civil team.
Prior to joining the firm, Craig read Law at Cambridge University, and was called to the Bar by Lincoln’s Inn, as a recipient of the Lord Denning and Hardwicke Scholarships. In 2012-13, he was further awarded the Fox Scholarship by Middle Temple. This was comprised of a year-long placement in Canada, working for the leading litigation firm, Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin.
During this time Craig worked as part of a three-person team representing the Ecuadorian plaintiffs in an action for an order recognizing and enforcing a $9.51 billion (USD) judgment obtained in Ecuador against Chevron Corporation relating to oil pollution in the Amazon. Whilst in Canada, Craig undertook a law clerkship at the Court of Appeal for Ontario and marshalling with The Right Honourable Justice Thomas Cromwell at the Supreme Court of Canada.
He has been published widely, including in the areas of extradition and Red Notice reform, anti-money laundering, bribery, market abuse, and corruption in sport (including LawInSport/BASL Sports Law Yearbooks). Recent published articles have appeared in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, Global Banking & Finance Review, and Business Law Review.