Maye uses a thoughtful, passionate, and holistic approach to assist clients in navigating complex environmental and regulatory issues.

Maye supports Partners in providing comprehensive, methodical, and tailored legal services to clients in all areas of environment law including project permitting; regulatory compliance and enforcement under the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, CERCLA, and FIFRA; environmental litigation, and emerging environmental issues, including PFAS. Prior to becoming a lawyer Maye received a Master’s in Public Health and uses this background to inform her approach to providing comprehensive legal services. She considers both the big picture and small details and is unafraid to delve into science and data to better understand client needs.

During law school, Maye worked as a Student Attorney at the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic representing clients in asylum and naturalization matters. Maye also served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Maine Law Review overseeing the production and publication of two volumes of the Journal. After graduating from law school Maye clerked for the Honorable John A. Woodcock, Jr. of the United States District Court for the District of Maine where she honed her legal research and writing skills and gained valuable insight into the various stages of civil and criminal litigation in a wide variety of legal matters.

Maye lives in Portland with her husband and three cats. She is an avid reader, baker, gardener, and knitter. When she’s not working, she can be found reading the latest installment of her favorite mystery series, experimenting with a new recipe, or exploring the Maine coast.



  • University of Maine School of Law  (J.D., summa cum laude)
    • Editor-in-Chief, Maine Law Review
    • Teaching Assistant, Legal Writing
    • Wernick Prize for Legal Writing
    • Edward S. Godfrey Leadership Award
    • ALI CLE Scholarship and Leadership Award
  • Boston University School of Public Health  (M.P.H.)
    • Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
  • Wheaton College  (B.A., magna cum laude)
    • Phi Beta Kappa

Public Service

  • Board Member, Maine Public Health Association

Bar Admissions

  • Maine


  • Maine State Bar Association


  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maine, Hon. John A. Woodcock, Jr.

Court and Other Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maine