Clinical Professor of Law
- Civil Litigation Practice I
- Civil Litigation Practice II
- Legal Research and Writing
- Ethical Lawyering
- Professional Responsibility in the United States
- Deposition Workshop
- BA, magna cum laude, Occidental College, Phi Beta Kappa
- JD, with distinction, Stanford Law School
Gary Craig is a Clinical Professor and teaches Civil Litigation Practice and courses in Legal Research and Writing, Ethical Lawyering, and Professional Responsibility in the U.S. Since joining the law school faculty in 2010, Craig has served in numerous leadership roles, including as Associate Dean for Faculty from 2020-2023 and Director of Concentration Programs from 2013-2020. Craig also has directed Loyola’s Summer Institute Program and served as a Faculty Advisor for the Civil Litigation and Advocacy Concentration and the Young Lawyers Program. In 2013, 2015, and 2019 Craig received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the graduating class. In 2016, Craig received the David P. Leonard Memorial Faculty Service Award.
Prior to joining the Loyola faculty, Craig was a partner in the Los Angeles office of Sidley Austin LLP, where he practiced in all areas of litigation, with an emphasis on representing accounting firms and corporations in connection with securities fraud, professional liability, negligence, and breach of contract litigation. Craig also represented clients in connection with investigations conducted by the United States Department of Justice and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement. He handled various pro bono matters, including the successful representation of clients seeking asylum in the United States, and he established an educational partnership between Sidley’s Los Angeles office and Dorsey High School’s Law Magnet Program. Through this partnership, Sidley facilitated numerous programs designed to augment the Law Magnet’s curriculum with hands-on workshops and field trips that introduced the students to the wide variety of careers within the legal community.
- Presenter, Nineteenth Annual Rocky Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference, March 2019, "The Skills to Pay the Bills"
- Presenter, Biennial Legal Writing Institute Conference, July 2018, "Legal Writing and Skills Faculty as Law School Leaders: Innovative Programs to Build Skills While Boosting Admissions, Enhancing Diversity, and Discouraging Transfers"
- Presenter, Biennial Legal Writing Institute Conference, July 2016, "The Many Hats We Wear: The Increased Role of Legal Writing & Skills Faculty in Law School Programs"
- Presenter, Fifth Annual Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, August 2015, "Mediate This: Incorporating a Mediation Exercise into Your Class"
- Presenter, Biennial Legal Writing Institute Conference, July 2014, "Teach Them And They Will Come"
- Presenter, Third Annual Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, August 2013, "Using Samples Effectively in the Classroom"
- Presenter, Second Annual Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, August 2012, "It's Not the End but the Beginning: How to Make the Most out of the Last Class of the Year"