University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., Highest Distinction; Associate Editor, Connecticut Law Review

Harvard College, A.B. History


  • Craig assisted clients with physician practice acquisitions, Certificate of Need applications, physician contracting and credentialing matters, peer review investigations, and a host of regulatory and risk management matters. Craig has used this experience to become a respected presenter and advisor on state and national health care reform efforts.
  • Assisted numerous Vermont hospitals with the successful transition from an independent practice model to an
    employment model, including the development of flexible physician incentive programs.
  • Assisted numerous Vermont hospitals with the divestiture of non-core assets in response to Vermont health care reform efforts.
  • Craig has also become a key player in the tax credit financing marketplace. Craig has successfully guided numerous clients (lenders and borrowers alike) through this arcane field.
  • Developed tax efficient, multi-party financing structures that enabled transformative reuse of industrial, civic and
    mixed-use redevelopment for underserved populations and in distressed communities.
  • Led Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation, a private, nonprofit economic development organization, which
    received regional, national, and international recognition over the last decade for the following programs:
    -Pipelines and Pathways, Gold Rank in the Talent Development and Retention category from the International Economic Development Council
    – Southern Vermont Economy Project, award in the Resiliency, Recovery and Mitigation category from IEDC
    – Restart Vermont Technical Assistance Program, Aliceann Wohlbruck Impact Award, National Association of Development Organizations



Vermont, 2003

New Hampshire, 2005

Massachusetts, 2015

Memberships & Activities

American Health Lawyers Association

Massachusetts Bar Association

New Hampshire Bar Association: Health Law Section

Vermont Bar Association: Health Law Section

Community Involvement

Craig taught Legal Issues in Healthcare Management in the Marlboro College Graduate School’s Master of Science in Management – Healthcare Administration Program.

He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation.


Speaker, Project Successes Panel; CohnReznick NMTC National Conference; Miami, Florida

Speaker, Financing for Projects that Don’t Pencil Out, National Main Street NOW Conference; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Speaker, Beyond P3s, LOCUS National Summit; Washington DC

Speaker, Financing Urbanist Development: Finding the Money to Build Outside the Box, CNU New England Annual Summit; Boston, Massachusetts

Speaker, Vermont League of Cities & Towns, Economic Development Conference; Montpelier, Vermont

Speaker, Demystifying NMTC Financing Transactions; Vermont Development Conference; Burlington, Vermont

Speaker, Ethical Issues Involving Consent and Treatment; Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Ethics Seminar; Brattleboro, Vermont

Speaker, Health Information: Security, Privacy and Discovery; Vermont Bar Association 53rd Mid-Year Meeting

Speaker, The Payer Perspective: Various Health Reform Programs in New England; HFMA Region One 11th Annual Healthcare Conference; Uncasville, Connecticut

Speaker, Preparing for the New Federal and State (Vermont) Health Care Laws; Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC’s Upper Valley Employment Law Seminar; West Lebanon, New Hampshire

Speaker, Physician Productivity Incentives in Hospital Physician Contracts, 75th Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems Annual Meeting; Burlington, Vermont

Speaker, Health Information: Security, Privacy and Discovery, Vermont Bar Association 53rd Mid-Year Meeting; Burlington, Vermont

Speaker, Beating the Odds: Overcoming the Obstacles that Face Economically Challenged Downtown Mixed-Use Projects, Southern New England American Planning Association Conference; Hartford, Connecticut