Craig T. Rogers has over 36 years of legal experience in Ontario, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories.
Craig was called to the Northwest Territories Bar in 1983, the Alberta Bar in 1984, the Ontario Bar in 1988, and the Nunavut bar in 2019. He has instructed law at Carleton University, published legal papers in the Parliament of Canada Library, and is a frequent lecturer at legal conferences.
Craig first commenced his legal career in 1980 with the Federal Department of Justice, Prosecutions. In 1986, Craig was appointed by the Government of Canada to the Federal Human Rights Tribunal, where he served for three years.
He has worked as legal adviser to many members of Parliament. Craig's appetite for learning has never waned; he has attended numerous national legal conferences in issues of developing law and practice.
Most recently, Craig attended the Harvard Negotiations Institute, a joint program of the Program on Negotiation and Harvard Law School.
Licensed to practice since 1988
Licensed to practice since 2018
Licensed to practice since 1984
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