McNair Welcomes Ben Joyce to its Charleston Office

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McNair is pleased to announce attorney Benjamin "Ben" H. Joyce has joined the firm's Charleston office. Ben's practice focuses on local government law and general business litigation matters.

"We are pleased to have Ben join our team," said Jennifer Blumenthal, Managing Shareholder of the firm's Charleston Unit. "The talent and knowledge Ben brings will be an asset to the firm, and we look forward to the great work he will do on behalf of our clients."

Ben has experience litigating a variety of matters, including professional liability, constitutional, construction, admiralty, and other general liability cases. Before joining McNair, Ben was an attorney at a leading litigation firm in Charleston, where he gained significant trial experience in both state and federal court. He also served as law clerk to South Carolina Circuit Judge George C. James, Jr., who is currently an Associate Justice on the South Carolina Supreme Court.

Prior to law school, Ben worked as a Legislative Correspondent in the United States Senate. 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.

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