Craig M. O’Shea is an Associate at Dudley Newman Feuerzeig LLP, practicing primarily within the Litigation Department. His practice focuses on employment, financial services, and general litigation matters, as well as handling contractor, property, and landlord/tenant disputes for a wide range of clients. He also advises Virgin Islands businesses and professionals in employment, corporate, and regulatory issues.
Craig graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from The College of New Jersey in 2014 and received his Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law in 2017 with a graduate certificate in Criminal Practice and Procedure.
While at Rutgers, he received the Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship, served on the Executive Board of Rutgers Law Review as Commentaries Editor, and was selected to travel to South Africa to study the enactment of the country’s Constitution.
After his third semester, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania granted Craig a Rule 321 Certification for Formal Participation in Legal Matters by Law Students. With it, he practiced for the Bucks County and Philadelphia District Attorneys’ Offices, handling a caseload of hearings, trials, and appeals, as well as helping train newly hired Assistant District Attorneys.
Before being recruited to Nichols Newman Logan Grey & Lockwood, P.C., predecessor to Dudley Newman Feuerzeig LLP, he served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Douglas A. Brady in the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands.
Craig is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and the Virgin Islands, and is a member of the Virgin Islands, Pennsylvania, and American Bar Associations. He volunteers on St. Croix by coaching high school students in the annual Appellate Moot Court Competition.