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.
Prior to joining the firm, Anthony was the Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr. Appellate Advocacy Fellow at The Public Justice Center, where he represented indigent clients, authored amicus briefs, and argued in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and Maryland appellate courts on various anti-poverty and civil rights cases. He clerked on the Maryland Court of Special Appeals for the Honorable Deborah Sweet Eyler (Ret.).
While attending law school, Anthony worked as a law clerk at Brown Goldstein & Levy, 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.
Obtained consent decree with public school system that, among other things, required district to acquire accessible technology for its educators.
Successfully argued in the Maryland Court of Appeals that a condominium association’s restrictions on a unit owner’s property rights is a form of unlawful debt collection.
- The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch for Appellate Practice, Civil Rights Law, and Commercial Litigation, 2022
- Maryland Rising Star (2020-2021)
- Daily Record’s Generation J.D. Award (2020)
- Maryland Volunteer Lawyers’ Service’s Young Lawyer of the Year (2019)
Anthony May named in 2022 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for appellate practice, civil rights law and commercial litigation
BGL announces fourteen attorneys recognized as Best Lawyers in America for 2022
The Harlem Park Three, Who Spent a Combined 108 Years Wrongfully Imprisoned, File Lawsuit Against Baltimore Police Department and Former Detectives
National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy, 2018 Annual Rights Conference, Forced Medication Litigation in Maryland: From Kelly to Allmond II and Beyond, Anthony J. May, Esq. and Luciene Parsley, Esq.,