Partner and Head of Public Law and Private Litigation, Craig has developed a niche specialism in pursuing a broad range of complex cases including:
- Death in Custody;
- False Imprisonment;
- Unlawful Arrest;
- Assault and Battery;
- Malicious Prosecution;
- Misfeasance in Public Office; and
- Judicial Review.
Craig is regularly instructed in high profile inquests, including Article 2 inquests where deaths have occurred in state detention or as a result of state failings.
Craig also specialises in bringing actions under the Human Rights Act.
Craig is a Solicitor-Advocate having gained his higher rights of audience meaning that he is able to offer a full service on litigation and advocacy matters.
He is a member of the Police Action Lawyers Group, a national organisation comprised of solicitors, barristers and legal executives who represent complainants against the police throughout England and Wales.
Craig is also a member of the Inquest Lawyers Group (ILG), which is a national pool of lawyers who are willing and able to provide preparation and legal representation for bereaved families. Over the last thirty years, ILG members have represented bereaved families in hundreds of inquests into contentious deaths. To find out more please use the following link: Inquest Lawyers Group
As well as the above, Craig has a background in general civil litigation, specifically residential landlord and tenant, property and social security matters and has in excess of 10 years’ experience in those fields.