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Gregory B. Craig

Gregory B. CraigAKA Gregory Bestor Craig

Born: 4-Mar-1945
Birthplace: Norfolk, VA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Attorney
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: White House Counsel, 2009

Defense counsel to assassin John Hinckley (1982). As a student, Craig sublet his apartment at Yale to Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham.

Father: William G. Craig (b. 1914, d. 2005)
Mother: Lois B. Craig
Brother: James B. Craig
Brother: Thomas G. Craig
Brother: William A. P. Craig
Wife: Margaret D. Noyes ("Derry", graphic designer, five children)

    High School: Phillips Exeter Academy (1963)
    University: BA History, Harvard University (1967)
    University: Cambridge University
    Law School: JD, Yale Law School (1972)
    Teacher: Trial Practice, Yale Law School (1975-76)
    Teacher: Trial Practice, Harvard Law School (1981-84)

    White House Counsel (2009)
    Williams & Connolly Partner (1999-2009)
    Lewinsky Affair Special Counsel to the President
    Director of Policy Planning (1997-98)
    US State Department Special Coordinator for Tibetan Affairs (1997-98)
    Williams & Connolly Partner (-1997)
    Congressional Staff Foreign Policy Advisor to Ted Kennedy (1984-88)
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Board of Directors
    Forward Together PAC
    Friends for Harry Reid
    Gore 2000
    Hillary Rodham Clinton for US Senate Committee
    International Human Rights Law Group Chairman
    Obama Victory Fund 2012
    Overseas Development Council Board of Directors
    US Committee on NATO Board of Directors
    Phi Beta Kappa Society


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