Pace Law School honored Professor James R. May
with the Nicholas A. Robinson Alumni Achievement Award earlier this month for his significant contributions to the field of environmental law.
May, who was one of three recipients of the award at a ceremony held on March 12, 2013, earned his LL.M from Pace in 1991. He was the Feldshuh Environmental Fellow while at Pace and graduated first in his class.
The co-director of Widener’s Environmental Law Center
and an adjunct Professor of Graduate Engineering at Widener’s Chester campus, May has litigated more than 200 public interest environmental claims and has written extensively in the areas of environmental and constitutional law. He is a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers, a Faculty member to the National Judicial College, and has served as a Council Member to the governing board of the ABA Section on Environment, Energy and Resources.