Craig joined the Criminal Litigation Team at Taylor Haldane Barlex LLP as a qualified Duty Solicitor in May 2010.
Craig read Law at the University of Westminster and thereafter completed the Legal Practice Course at The College of Law.
Prior to joining Taylor Haldane Barlex LLP, Craig completed his training at a firm exclusively practising Criminal litigation. Before qualifying, Craig regularly represented suspects at the Police Station. Since qualifying in 2009, he has attained Duty Solicitor status and is now building upon his extensive experience in the Magistrates' Court, including trial preparation and advocacy.
Craig regularly represents clients charged with serious offences including drug trafficking, serious assaults and fraud. Craig enjoys advocacy and has attained Higher Rights of Audience. This means Craig enjoys the same rights of Audience as a Barrister and is able to represent his clients in the Crown Court.
Craig's personal interests include racquet sports and trekking for charity.
- Solicitor of the Supreme Court
- Duty Solicitor for Police Station and Magistrates' Court
- Criminal Litigation Accreditation Scheme
- Higher Courts Advocate
Area of expertise
- Magistrates' Court and Youth Court preparation and advocacy
- Crown Court preparation and advocacy
- Police Station attendance
- Road Traffic Law