Craig has extensive experience in labor and employment law, having represented employers in the public and private sectors, as well as members of the civil service. He handles general civil litigation, as well as administrative and appellate matters.

During law school, Craig clerked for the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law and was Associate Editor and Symposium Editor for the Rutgers Race & the Law Review. In addition, he served as research assistant to Dean John Farmer Jr., and Dean Ronald Chen as a member of the 2012 Rutgers School of Law Congressional Redistricting Committee.

Recognition and Involvement

Recognition & Involvement

Rutgers Race and the Law Review


Bar and Court Admissions

New Jersey

New York


Rutgers Schools of Law-Newark, JD

Syracuse University, BFA

News & Insights


  • Secured a decision by the New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division, which invalidated the New Jersey First Act—New Jersey’s residency mandate for public employees—on constitutional grounds.
  • Represented private school in dispute over seven-figure construction contract which resulted in cancellation of the contract and partial refund of client’s deposit monies on account of contractor's delays and nonperformance.
  • Successfully defended colleges, municipalities, and government entities against claims of discrimination.
  • On the brief in numerous matters before the New Jersey Supreme Court encompassing collective bargaining, administrative law, the Open Public Meetings Act, and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.
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