Anthony May has been named to the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service Board of Directors, where he will help advance MVLS’ mission of removing barriers to justice.

Anthony May, AssociateBrown, Goldstein & Levy attorney Anthony May has been selected to the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS) Board of Directors. MVLS is Maryland’s largest provider of pro bono civil legal services to low-income individuals across the state. As a board member, Anthony will help advance MVLS’ mission of removing barriers to justice through free civil legal help, community engagement, and advocacy for equitable laws.

Anthony was previously named MVLS’ 2019 Young Lawyer of the Year and serves on the MVLS Community Advocacy Network (CAN) Leadership Committee, where he formerly served as President from 2017-2019. MVLS CAN is a network of newly barred volunteer attorneys, certified public accountants, enrolled agents, and law students who aspire to connect clients with quality, free legal services while also growing their skill sets.

The attorneys at BGL have a longstanding commitment to providing pro bono services to communities throughout Maryland. We devote hundreds of hours per year to high-quality legal representation at no cost. As a firm committed to the pursuit of social justice and equity, maintaining a robust pro bono practice is one way that we are closing the gap between those who can afford a lawyer and those who cannot. Our pro bono practice is diverse and represents the unique interests and skills of our attorneys and staff. We continue to work with MVLS to assist individuals in need of legal representation, as well as having our attorneys participate as members of the MVLS Board of Directors and serve on various committees.



Anthony J. May 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, and fighting workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation.