Craig Cleland (J.D. ’92) represents employers in employment-related litigation, including class actions and complex litigation. He was named to Best Lawyers in America and has been named to Atlanta magazine’s “Super Lawyers,” Georgia Trend magazine’s “Legal Elite,” and Chambers USA’s Leading Business Lawyers.
A frequent speaker on employment issues, Cleland is also a contributor to the third and fourth editions of the leading employment treatise, Lindemann & Grossman’s Employment Discrimination Law.
He is a graduate of the Harvard Law School Mediation Program. During law school, he was the editor in chief of the Georgia State University Law Review. After graduating, he clerked for Judge Marvin H. Shoob on the U.S. District Court in Atlanta. He has served on several Atlanta nonprofit boards, including as board chair.