Ben Joyce is an associate in the firm's Charleston office. His practice primarily focuses on local government and municipal law and general business and real estate litigation.
Ben has experience litigating a variety of matters, ranging from business and real estate disputes to professional liability, construction defect, admiralty, product liability, and other general tort liability cases. Before joining Burr Forman McNair, Ben practiced at a leading litigation firm in Charleston, where he gained significant trial experience in both state and federal court. Prior to entering private practice and upon graduating law school, Ben served as law clerk to South Carolina Circuit Court Judge George C. James, Jr., who is currently an Associate Justice on the South Carolina Supreme Court.
Ben earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and his law degree from the Charleston School of Law, where he was a member of the Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution. Prior to attending law school, Ben worked in Washington, DC as a Legislative Correspondent in the United States Senate.