Craig J. Concannon is a licensed attorney in Missouri, Illinois, and Alabama. He completed his undergraduate studies in Accounting at St. Louis University, where he graduated with honors. Then in 1996, he graduated with honors from St. Louis University Law School, became an editor for the St. Louis University Public Law Review, and was a published author.
After law school, Craig worked as a clerk at the Missouri Court of Appeals, where he gained more experience as a lawyer. He then started working in a private practice, where he gained experience by working on a variety of cases and representing a plethora of clients. One of those cases gained attention and became a front-page article in the June 7, 2002 issue of Missouri Lawyers Weekly. This was because he had managed to obtain favorable results for his client in a civil lawsuit against a major investment firm.
In another case, Craig represented a client in a criminal case. It went on to become an article on the St. Louis Post Dispatch Newspaper since he was able to secure the defendant’s release from a federal correctional institution solely because he detected that a testimony given by a St. Louis City Police Officer had been fabricated.
In December 2009, Craig went on to represent a client in a commercial litigation matter and was up against many governmental entities. This case made its way to the St. Louis Business Journal, and he eventually featured in a St. Louis radio show, called KMOX, in January 2010.
On September 12, 2010, yet another of Concannon’s cases found its way to print, as an article on the front page of Missouri Lawyers Weekly. The article reported on a case in which he represented a client who had been convicted in an alleged multi-million dollar, multi-national ponzi scheme.