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Craig Zeeh graduated from the University of Waterloo with a B.A. in 2011. He completed his Juris Doctor at Queen’s University in 2015 and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2016. Craig graduated among the top of his class at Queen’s University Faculty of Law. He received the Dean’s Silver Scholar Award for graduating with the second highest academic standing in third year. Having developed a passion for criminal law early in law school, Craig focused his studies on criminal law. He further received the Bayne Sellar Boxall Award for best overall performance in criminal law courses.
During law school, Craig gained valuable experience in client advocacy through working for Queen’s Legal Aid. He represented clients on criminal and provincial offences, and was fully dedicated to achieving the best results possible for his clients. Craig also gained a reputation as a superb researcher while working as a research assistant for many distinguished professors, including Arthur Cockfield, Kathleen Lahey, and Allan Manson.
After graduating, Craig articled with Lockyer Campbell Posner and joined the firm as an associate. While articling, he assisted on both trials and appeals with all of the senior partners of the firm at every level of court, including the Supreme Court. As an Associate, Craig continues to assist senior partners of the firm on serious criminal cases and carries his own files.
Craig is passionate about providing superior representation to ensure remarkable results for his clients. He is fully committed to LCP’s mission to promote fairness and guards against miscarriages of justice. He prides himself on always being available to his clients by phone at 647-970- 2184.
LL.B., Queen’s University – 2015
B.A., University of Waterloo – 2011