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“Intentio quod lex quo vivo; Design and law by which to live.”
Like many architects, Craig knew from a young age that he liked to draw houses. But, after practicing architecture for several years, he decided to go to law school. “I see myself as an architect who happens to be an attorney,” he shares. “My core passion is still architecture, but I also enjoy helping architects with the business side of their practice.” His goal is to provide a valuable interface between the law and architecture. Craig is past co-chairman of the Texas Society of Architects Governmental Affairs Committee, and was chairman of the Professional Liability Committee of the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for 12 years. He also has assisted the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners with revisions to its rules, and speaks frequently on issues related to professional practice regulations and liability for design professionals.
Licensed to Practice Law: Texas
Registered Architect: Texas
Juris Doctor, Southern Methodist University
Master of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Arts, University of Texas at Austin
Did You Know?
Craig’s alter ego is a “biker,” complete with a leather jacket and do-rag. He has three Harleys and enjoys taking road trips.