Craig E. Cataldo
Craig E. Cataldo is an associate (pending admission to the Massachusetts Bar) in Nutter’s Private Client Department.
Prior to joining Nutter, Craig was a law clerk at a Boston-based law firm. Previously, he served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Robert J. McKenna, Jr.
During law school, Craig served as the content editor of the Suffolk University Law Review. He received the Jurisprudence Award in his Basic Federal Income Taxation class and was the winner of the McLaughlin Appellate Advocacy Competition. In addition, he was the historian for the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society, a member of the Constitutional Law Moot Court Team, and a member of the Business Law Association and the Sports and Entertainment Law Association.
Education & Admissions
Suffolk University Law School, J.D., magna cum laude
Salem State University, B.S., cum laude
- Pending admission to the Massachusetts Bar
In the Community
Craig volunteered at YOCAMA Inc. during college, where he completed construction projects aimed at improving the quality of life on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.