Brown, Goldstein & Levy attorney Anthony May has been appointed to the Alumni Board of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Anthony joins an exceptionally talented group of lawyers who act as leaders in the Maryland Carey Law community.
The Maryland Carey Law Alumni Board consists of 40 volunteers who actively promote and recognize the accomplishments of the school and its alumni, assist in preparing students for professional careers after graduation, and advance the legal profession in Maryland and beyond.
Anthony, who remains a proud Carey Law alumnus, is also a former adjunct writing professor at his alma mater, teaching both first year and advanced written and oral advocacy courses. While attending law school, he was the Executive Symposium Editor of the Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class, a semi-finalist in the ABA Labor & Employment Law Trial Competition, and a Legal Writing Fellow.
Anthony has represented clients in a variety of complex litigation matters including assisting employees with disabilities in obtaining accessible technology and accommodations in the workplace, representing individuals who have been wrongfully convicted, commercial litigation disputes, artificial intelligence, and fighting workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation. Read more about Anthony here.
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