MAY graduated with a LL.B (Honours) degree from University of Leeds, United Kingdom. She was admitted to the Bar of England & Wales in 2007. Subsequently, she was also admitted to the Malaysian Bar in 2009 and joined the firm as an associate in June 2009. May became a partner of the firm in 2017. Her experience includes advising on Malaysian and international corporate transactions and matters including listings on Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad, corporate restructurings, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, take-overs, reverse take-overs, rights issues, employee share option schemes, dividend reinvestment plans, and the issuance and offering of debt and other securities. She has also advised on legal due diligence exercises and drafted various agreements for compliance with the Malaysian corporate, banking and securities laws generally.
May’s experience also includes advising on and preparing of tenancies, leases, sale and purchase agreements for residential, commercial and industrial properties and other related documents as well as the financing aspects of such documents. As part of her Technology, Multimedia and Telecommunications (“TMT”) law practice, she has acted for TMT companies in relation to software licensing agreements, IT managed services agreements, IT system enhancement agreements, data protection agreements and system integration agreements, as well as other companies in relation to TMT matters. May was a speaker at the Start-Ups and Business Law Conference 2013 organized by the Information Technology and Publications Committee of the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee.