Craig obtained his Bachelors of Arts from The George Washington University and his Masters in Public Administration also from the George Washington University. Craig received his Juris Doctor from the Texas A&M School of Law (formally Texas Wesleyan University School of Law) in 2008, where he was a member of the Law Review and had published a Law Review article in The Modern American of the Washington College of Law, American University, his 3L year of law school.
Prior to his study of Law, Craig had a successful career in the U.S. government and the Hewlett Packard Company where he was a negotiator of complex multiphase contracts, and was a technical sales engineer working with fortune 500 companies throughout the United States. Before Craig joined Basinger Leggett Clemons Bowling Shore, PLLC in 2011, he worked as a private practice attorney in Criminal and Immigration law. During the years 2010-2011 Craig was the Executive Director and Attorney of the Well of the Oath Legal Clinic in Irving, Texas that provided legal services to the indigent.
Currently, Craig practices family law and handles matters involving divorce, child custody, complex property settlements, division of marital property, adult disabled children, adoptions, termination of parent rights, post judgment modifications and enforcement, and juvenile law.
Craig is an associate at the Annette Stewart Inn of the American Inns of Court, a member of the Dallas County Bar and Collin County Bar associations and is licensed to practice in all the Courts of Texas and the Northern District of Texas federal court.