Christopher Schaedig’s practice centers on toxic tort and asbestos litigation. Before joining the firm, he worked as a prehearing attorney for the Michigan Court of Appeals, conducting extensive research for civil and criminal appeals and drafting reports and proposed opinions for judicial panels.
Chris also performs pro bono work in immigration cases as a cooperating attorney with the ACLU and the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center.
While in law school, Chris graduated as class Valedictorian, served as Publicity Editor for the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review, and won numerous school and national awards, including the National Association of Women Lawyers Outstanding Law Student Award.
He also founded the Thomas M. Cooley Law School’s student mentoring program, participated with distinction in Mock Trial and Moot Court competitions, and received the Certificate of Merit (awarded to the highest score in the class) in 14 classes, including Research and Writing, Advanced Writing, Scholarly Writing, Evidence, Civil Procedure, and Torts. He continues to judge high-school Mock Trial tournaments and serves as an assistant coach to a high-school Mock Trial team.
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