Diane May, JD

Professor of Business Law
Office: Somsen 409
Phone: 507.457.2572
Email: dmay@winona.edu

J.D. University of San Diego
A.B. Randolph College (formerly Randolph-Macon Woman's College), Honors Distinction

Frequently Taught Courses
BUSA 291 Legal Environment of Business
BUSA 311 Business Law II
BUSA 351 Employment Law
BUSA 411 International Business Law

Research Interests
Regulatory Environment
Employment Law
International Law

Phi Beta Kappa
Hoeber Memorial Award for Excellence in Research. Journal of Legal Studies Education - 2014
Charles M.Hewitt Master Teacher Award. Academy of Legal Studies in
Business - 2014
Master Teacher Award. Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in  Business/MBAA International Conference - 2013
Highly Commended Award Winner. Emerald Literati Network. "Cultural values and gender gap: A cross national analysis" published in Gender in  Management: An International Journal - 2012

Recent  Publications

May, D. (2014).  Using Scaffolding to Improve Student Learning in Legal  Environment Courses. Journal of Legal Studies Education, 31 (2).

Bjorke, J. & May, D. (2014).  Whistleblower Protection since the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Journal of Leadership,  Accountability and Ethics, 11 (1).

May, D. & Leighton, H. V. (2013).  International Business Law and the  Library: Using a Library-Based Course Page to Improve International Legal  Research by Undergraduate Business Students. Journal of Legal Studies  Education.

Leighton, H. V. & May, D. (2013). The Library Course Page and Instruction: Perceived Helpfulness and Use among Students. Internet Reference Services Quarterly.

Gardner, J., Eide, B., May, B., & May, D. (2012).  Analysis of  Interpretations to the AICPA's Statement on Standards for Tax Services No.  1, Tax Return Positions.   Tax Adviser.

Winrow, B., May, D., & Bjorke, J. (2011).  All Acts Are Not Created Equal:  An Analysis of the Mixed Motive Claim Post Gross v. Financial.   ALSB  Journal of Employment and Labor Law, 12, 71-85.

Yeganeh, H. & May, D. (2011).  Cultural values and gender gap: a cross  national analysis.   Gender in Management: an International Journal, 26 (2).

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