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Emilia May





University of Gdańsk, Master of Law, 2006-2011

Sheffield University in the United Kingdom, two semesters at Law Faculty in the course of EU scholarship, 2010-2011

Chicago-Kent College of Law in cooperation with University of Gdańsk, School of American Law, 2009-2010

University of Gdańsk, Polish and International Legal Studies Programme, 2008-2009


Emilia May is a licensed attorney (adwokat) in the firm's Gdynia office. In her practice, Emilia provides legal consulting services for numerous Polish companies and international corporations. 

Emilia's practice covers personal data protection law, and she has assisted numerous clients with implementing the requirements of the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), including conducting business training on GDPR implementation.

Emilia also specializes in labor law, with a special focus on cross-border employment issues and personal data protection in employment. She represents and advises foreign investors in creating new job places and adapting acquired workplaces to corporate requirements as well as in downsizing and redundancies. She counsels the clients regarding their policies and decision-making to ensure compliance with Polish and EU law. She assists clients with a variety of pre-litigation employment matters, including discrimination and harassment and contract terminations.

Emilia also has experience in matters relating to broadly defined commercial and business law.

Professional Activities

Pomeranian Bar Association


"Europe Year in Review: Central Europe & Nordic," Employment Law Alliance, Feb. 10, 2022


"The Reimagined Workplace: Resilience and Realignment During the Global Recession," Global Employment Law Webinar Series organized by European Law Alliance, July 2020

"Concluding contracts in times of COVID-19," Webinar organized by Invest in Pomerania, May 2020

"European Year in Review," Global Employment Law Webinar Series organized by European Law Alliance, February 2020

"GDPR: A Year On. Practical issues relating to personal data protection in a company," Scandinavian Polish Chamber of Commerce Legal Morning Meeting, June 2019

"Doing Business in Poland," Poland-Faroe Islands Business Forum, March 2019