Cha’yra Eddie supports clients in product liability and mass torts, drafting motions, written discovery, legal memoranda and court documents, conducting legal research and performing document reviews. Cha’yra defends global automotive manufacturers and suppliers, pharmaceutical, service and technology industry clients in complex commercial litigation and product liability disputes, including defending against crashworthiness cases and automotive cases involving minors.
Cha’yra was a summer associate at Drinker Biddle & Reath, when she drafted documents and conducted research for multiple practice groups, including product liability.
At the Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, she organized and assisted the Intensive Trial Practice courses, Client Counseling Competition, and the World Mediation Congress and Tournament.
Prior to the law, Cha’yra was a teacher at the Herzl School of Excellence in Chicago, where she taught 4th, 5th and 6th grade math, writing and social studies. She prepared and implemented differentiated instruction based on EngageNY curriculum and Rausch Unit (RIT) bands, conducted mock trials and Socratic seminars, and served as the head dance coach.