Craig leads Herbert Smith Freehills LLP's international arbitration group in London. He also has extensive experience in litigation, expert determination and mediation with a particular focus on disputes in the energy, leisure, construction, engineering and telecommunications industries. His practice comprises multi-jurisdictional work subject to a wide range of governing laws.
Craig has acted in arbitrations as counsel, advocate and arbitrator in ad hoc proceedings and before all of the major arbitral institutions, including, in particular the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) and the American Arbitration Association (AAA).
He has also acted in complex litigation cases before the English High Court (including the Queen's Bench, the Commercial Court, and the Technology and Construction Court) and the Court of Appeal.
Fluent in Arabic and French, Craig is frequently instructed in disputes arising from investments, projects and transactions in Africa and the Middle East, including Iran.
Craig is regularly published on issues relating to private international law, arbitration and energy disputes, and lectures on energy law at the University of London. He has also been appointed in expert determination proceedings as an expert in English law.