Kenneth Craig Dobson graduated from Furman University with a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy. During his tenure at Furman, he studied a variety of subjects including French and Spanish. He also completed a foreign study program in Morelia, Mexico with the University of South Carolina between his junior and senior years. Shortly after Furman, he began working as a case manager with the South Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program. He taught English as a second language as a volunteer during this time as well. His work in the family court system in South Carolina and his experiences teaching English to immigrants sparked his interest in the practice of law.
In 2001, Craig entered the New England School of Law with the intention of becoming an immigration lawyer. While serving as an Associate Editor of the New England Journal of International and Comparative Law, he authored "The Spanish Government's Ban of a Political Party: A Violation of Human Rights?" After serving as the Journal's Editor-in-Chief, he graduated law school cum laude in 2004. During his law school tenure, he was presented with two CALI awards for academic excellence, one in International Business Transactions and the other in the Law and Ethics of Lawyering. Additionally, he was named a New England Scholar during his third year of law school for placing in the top ten percent of his class during the academic year.
Experienced in the private sector following admission to the New York State Bar, in 2005 he established the Law Office of Kenneth Craig Dobson with a primary focus in U. S. Immigration and Nationality Law. In September 2008, he closed the New York office and established Dobson Immigration Law & Policy, LLC in South Carolina, practicing U.S. Immigration and Nationality law exclusively. Dobson Law LLC opened in Savannah in March of 2012.
Kenneth Craig Dobson is a member in good standing of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the State Bar of Georgia, and the American Immigration Lawyers' Association.