Craig is a Legal Director in the Corporate and Commercial division of Addleshaw Goddard.

Craig advises extensively on all areas of technology law (including cloud, digitisation, AI, blockchain, crypto assets, open banking and other new technologies), material outsourcings relating to major technology infrastructure and services (including those with large institutional tech providers and the GAFAs), enterprise-wide transformation projects, intellectual property, sponsorship agreements and general commercial contracts.

Prior to joining the firm, Craig was senior legal counsel in the NatWest Group’s Outsourcing, Technology and IP Legal Team for a number of years, specialising in large-scale innovation and technology contracts, providing strategic support across the group’s full suite of technology, innovation, services and other commercial agreements.

Craig was also previously corporate counsel at Cognizant, a worldwide provider of information technology services, where he provided legal and commercial advice on all aspects of IT infrastructure and business process outsourcing activities, specialising in the financial services and public sector. 

Craig is a regular speaker at industry events and has spoken at events hosted by the Law Society of Scotland, the Licensing and Executives Society and other professional bodies.

  • Glasgow Graduate School of Law – Diploma in Legal Practice (2010)
  • University of Strathclyde – LLB (First Class Honours) (2009)