Called 2019 Email May
May commenced her civil law pupillage in October 2020 under the supervision of Stuart Jamieson and Andrew Sugarman.
May graduated from The University of Oxford in 2018 with first class honours. She represented the university at the Landmark Chambers Property Law Moot, reaching the final where she mooted at the Royal Courts of Justice. Following her degree, she received a Senior Advocacy Scholarship from The University of Law and achieved an Outstanding on her BPTC. She was part of the university’s advocacy committee and liaised with local practitioners to organise mooting competitions. May also competed in the CEDR Negotiation Competition, where she placed 5th nationally.
In the year prior to pupillage, May worked as a Judicial Assistant at the High Court where she gained experience on a range of family and Court of Protection cases, undertaking legal research and assisting with draft judgments. May also spent time in Greece, volunteering with an NGO to provide legal aid to refugees.
Outside of work, May will normally be found on a football pitch or at the theatre watching a musical.
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Senior Advocacy Scholar, The University of Law Leeds (2019)
Inner Temple Exhibition Award (2018)
Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Award (2018)
Hertford College Prize for FHS Performance (2018)
University of Oxford - BA (Jurisprudence) - First Class Honours (2018)
University of Law Leeds – BPTC – Outstanding (2019)
The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple