James May

Environmental Law Suite


 LL.M., Pace University, Feldshuh Fellow
 J.D. and B.S., University of Kansas, Bowman Scholar

James May is a 2020 & 2023 Haub Visiting Scholar. He is also a Distinguished Professor of Law and co-Founder and co-Director of the Dignity Rights Project and Environmental Rights Institute at Delaware Law School. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Graduate Engineering at Widener University, where he founded the Widener Sustainability Initiative as the University's first Chief Sustainability Officer. May is a past recipient of the Elisabeth Haub Award for Environmental Law, a former federal civil litigator, the founder of several award-winning public interest programs, and the author of seven books and more than one hundred book chapters and articles. He holds his LL.M. from Pace University (Feldshuh Fellow), and his J.D. and B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (Bowman Scholar) from the University of Kansas.