Burr & Forman

Benjamin H. Joyce

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  • J.D., Charleston School of Law (2012)
  • B.A., University of Georgia (2008)

South Carolina

  • U.S. District Court – South Carolina
  • South Carolina Supreme Court

  • American Bar Association
  • South Carolina Bar Association Member
  • Young Lawyers Division Membership Events Committee Member, South Carolina Bar
  • Young Lawyers Division Professional Development Committee Member, South Carolina Bar
  • Young Lawyers Division Special Olympics Committee, South Carolina Bar
  • Charleston County Bar Association
  • The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch: Commercial Litigation, Municipal Law (2021)
  • Graduate, Leadership Charleston (2019)

Associate | Charleston, SC

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Commercial / Corporate Litigation Product Liability Commercial Contracts Government Relations

Ben Joyce is an attorney in the firm’s Charleston office. His practice primarily focuses on commercial and civil litigation and general business and governmental law.

Ben has experience litigating a wide range of matters, including business and real estate disputes, product liability, construction defect, asbestos, professional liability, admiralty, and other general tort liability cases. Through his litigation practice, Ben has gained significant trial experience in both federal and state court. Ben also advises his business and governmental clients on a variety of matters including compliance issues, contract formation and negotiation, and litigation management.

Ben earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and his law degree from the Charleston School of Law, where he was as an articles editor on the Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution. During law school, Ben served as an extern to United States District Court Judge Richard M. Gergel. Following graduation from law school, Ben served as law clerk to Circuit Court Judge George C. James, Jr., who is now a Justice on the South Carolina Supreme Court. Prior to attending law school, Ben worked in Washington, D.C. on the legislative staff of a United States Senator.