Advancing the Vaccine Law Dialogue

Pre-conference: September 13 Washington, D.C.

Craig Sanders

Craig P. Sanders

Attorney specializing in Medical Malpractice Defense, Rainey Kizer

Craig P. Sanders is an attorney with the law firm of Rainey Kizer specializing in medical malpractice defense an
d professional liability. In 2022, he successfully defended a post-NVICP medical malpractice case asserting that a physician who had administered routine childhood vaccines to the plaintiff’s child was liable for the child’s autism.

Mr. Sanders has been named a “Rising Star” in area of medical malpractice defense by Law & Politics Mid-South Super Lawyers magazine and a top “40 under 40” professional by The Jackson Sun newspaper (2015). He has served as President of the Jackson-Madison County Bar Association from 2011 to 2012, and has an adjunct faculty member at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, teaching Medical Ethics and Legal Aspects of Healthcare Administration. His publications include articles on vaccine injury litigation published in For the Defense (DRI Magazine) and the Tennessee Bar Journal.

Mr. Sanders received his J.D., with high honors, from the University of Tennessee, in 2002, where he was a Third Year Editor on the Tennessee Law Review and a member of the National Moot Court Team. He received his B.A. in English, with high honors, from the University of Memphis, in 1998.

Mr. Sanders spoke on the following panels:

September 15, 2022 2:00PM-3:30PM —Vaccine Liability and Injury Compensation II: Beyond the NVICP