Craig Rose is counsel at the firm's Edmonton office. He joined the firm in 2002 after 22 years as a forester and lawyer with the Government of Alberta. Craig is a Registered Professional Forester with knowledge and experience in forest management planning integrated resource and land use planning wildland fire prevention and suppression operations and regulatory matters.

Craig studied political science at York University and forest science at the University of Toronto before moving to Edmonton in 1980 to practise forestry with Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.

He continued his forestry practice in Calgary and received his Bachelor of Laws degree before returning to Edmonton in 1994 to serve his articles of clerkship with Alberta Justice.

Craig works with clients in both the private and public sectors, including delegated administrative organizations, and provides advice on matters involving:

  • forestry law
  • forest management policy and related matters
  • environmental law
  • corporate law
  • corporate governance
  • regulatory and administrative law
  • aboriginal law

Craig is an active member of the College of Alberta Professional Foresters and a former director on College Council. He has served on a number of committees, as the chair of disciplinary panels and as an instructor at professional examination seminars.