Craig Armstrong practices in the areas of public agency law, real property, corporate and general business (including nonprofit law), and water law.
Mr. Armstrong is a member of the firm’s Public Agency practice group and Business Department. Mr. Armstrong advises clients on governance issues, in addition to administration, operation, procurement, and related matters. As part of his practice, Mr. Armstrong regularly drafts, reviews, and revises complex legal documents, including formation documents, entity policies and procedures, and complex contracts, including memorandums of understanding and other agreements. Mr. Armstrong is also experienced with all facets of California’s sunshine laws—the Ralph M. Brown Act and the California Public Records Act, among others.
Mr. Armstrong is well acquainted with other state and federal legislation pertinent to the firm’s clients, such as the County Employees Retirement Law and the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) and the various rules, regulations, state and federal directives related to this Act.
Mr. Armstrong is a Fresno native. Prior to joining Baker Manock & Jensen, Mr. Armstrong worked as an educator in the Central Valley. Mr. Armstrong received his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. He also holds an M.A. degree from California State University, Fresno. While in law school, Mr. Armstrong was a member of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. He also played for the Cal Ice Hockey Team.
• University of California, Berkeley School of Law (J.D.)
• California State University, Fresno (M.A., with Distinction)
• University of California, Berkeley (B.A.)
• Ohlone College (A.A., with Highest Honors)
- State Bar of California