Graham May

2018 Summer Student, 2019 / 2020 Articling Student | Vancouver

604.628.2883

Portrait of Graham May

Graham completed his law degree at the University of Victoria. Before law school, Graham earned a B.A. in Environmental Studies and International Relations at Mount Allison University.

During his education, Graham was a Killam Fellow at the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, D.C, studied economics at Koç University in Istanbul, and took a semester of international law at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. He completed his thesis research on Inuit resource law while living aboard a sailboat in Greenland. Between undergraduate and law school Graham travelled for a year in southwestern China, achieving a very mediocre level of conversational Mandarin.

Graham volunteers on the boards of the Sierra Club Canada Foundation and the Environmental Law Centre at the University of Victoria. Outside of school and work, Graham enjoys tour biking, swing dance, and science fiction. He plays the mandolin poorly but enthusiastically.

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