Competition, Infrastructure, Public Law
Craig joined Russell McVeagh in September 2007 from a specialist Public Law firm, where he advised on a wide range of public and regulatory law matters.
He specializes in assisting clients to obtain desired outcomes from Government and Parliament, including through law reform, exercise of statutory powers, and policy decision-making. This requires strategic engagement with Ministers, politicians, select committees, regulators and officials, and an in-depth understanding of the relevant law and Government and Parliament processes. Craig has undertaken a broad range of regulatory and law reform work, advising extensively on infrastructure regulation, including electricity, gas and telecommunications.
LLB (Hons), Victoria University of Wellington,
Admitted to practice in New Zealand in 2001