Lorelei Craig joined the University of Oregon School of Law in March, 2019 after fourteen years of legal practice. Lorelei began her career in the New York City office of a large national law firm, working on insurance and white-collar crime matters. Lorelei moved to the San Francisco office of that firm in 2005, where her practice grew to include business transactions and business litigation. In 2006 Lorelei joined the San Francisco office of Morgan Lewis and Bockius, LLP. During her nine-years at Morgan Lewis, Lorelei’s diverse complex civil litigation practice involved representation of Fortune 500 companies and individuals in disputes involving technology, securities, insurance, health care, privacy, pharmaceuticals, retail goods, mortgage banking, intellectual property and international trade. In 2015, Lorelei moved to her husband’s hometown of Eugene and she joined the firm Harrang Long Gary Rudnick, PC, where her practice emphasis was in health care, business transactions and litigation, employment, and intellectual property matters.
Lorelei graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 2004, and from the University of California at Berkeley in 2000. Lorelei is licensed to practice in Oregon, California, and New York. Active in the community, Lorelei is Chair-Elect of the Oregon State Bar Diversity Section, Vice-Chair of Lane County Women Lawyers, and a member of the Oregon Hispanic Bar Association and the Lane County Bar Association.