Editor, Journal of Appellate Practice and Process
AB, Bowdoin College; JD, Columbia University
Professor May joined the law school in 2001 after practicing law at Verrill & Dana in Portland, Maine, and then at Little Rock’s Wright, Lindsey & Jennings, where she chaired the Intellectual Property section and was a founding member of the Appellate Practice section. A former member of the editorial board of The Trademark Reporter, she also wrote the chapter in the first edition of Handling Appeals in Arkansas that addressed writing the brief. Professor May was until 2014 a member of the Board of Advisers for The Green Bag Almanac and Reader, and her own work has appeared in Scribes, The Winning Brief, The Trademark Reporter, Voir Dire, The Arkansas Lawyer, InterAction, and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Although editing The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process is her primary responsibility, she also leads the annual resume-editing workshop offered to first-year students.