Craig joined Cavanagh LLP as a summer student in 2016 and returned as an associate after his call to the bar in 2018. Craig completed his articles as a law clerk at the Federal Court, where he worked for the Honourable Justice Patrick Gleeson. In this time he has gained experience working in many areas of the law, including insurance, judicial review, immigration, trademark, copyright, privacy, and access to information. Read More

Craig Williams

Craig joined Cavanagh LLP as a summer student in 2016 and returned as an associate after his call to the bar in 2018. Craig completed his articles as a law clerk at the Federal Court, where he worked for the Honourable Justice Patrick Gleeson. In this time he has gained experience working in many areas of the law, including insurance, judicial review, immigration, trademark, copyright, privacy, and access to information.

Craig was an officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force before embarking on a legal career. He attended law school at the University of Ottawa, graduating cum laude, and receiving the Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Prize for attaining the highest mark in the Faculty of Common Law’s Business Organizations course.

In his spare time Craig enjoys cooking, music, and family time with his wife and son.

Education

Juris Doctor, University of Ottawa

Bachelor of Science, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Bar Admission

2018 – Ontario

Affiliations

Law Society of Ontario

County of Carleton Law Association

The Advocacy Club

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