Craig Carter’s commercial real estate practice focuses on commercial purchases and sales, easement issues, mortgage law, real estate insolvency, powers of sale and opinions on solicitor's practice. He has acted as counsel in real estate litigation and has been accepted by the Courts of Ontario as an expert on issues and standards of practice related to real estate matters. Craig is extensively involved in continuing legal education for the legal profession. He has chaired many programs for the OBA and Law Society, given papers for the Law Society, OBA, Canadian Institute, Insight and Federated Press. He is an Adjunct Professor of Real Estate Transactions at the Toronto Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School and a past lecturer Masters of Law in Real Estate at Osgoode Hall Law School. Craig is also a past lecturer for the Bar Admission Course Real Estate and Landlord and Tenant for Law Society, past associate Head for the Bar Admission Course – Real Estate and Landlord and Tenant; and past instructor in Business Law at Ryerson. Craig is the co-editor of Butterworths book Agreements of Purchase and Sale, the author of the CCH Real Estate Guide Chapter on Land Transfer Tax and the author of five chapters for Falconbridge on Mortgages. Craig was called to the Ontario Bar in 1979.