Joyce is an associate in the International Trade practice group and a secondary member of the Transportation group. She advises multinational corporations on economic sanctions, export controls, customs, forced labor, and counsels individuals and corporations on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-bribery laws. Recently, this has included investigating and responding to a subpoena from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and conducting internal corporate compliance risk assessments and reviews for sanctions, export controls, customs and forced labor. She also represents clients in enforcement actions before U.S. regulatory agencies. Joyce also advises Florida-based shipping associations and third-party logistics providers on local regulatory issues.

Joyce is an active participant in the firm’s Diversity Initiative, including the pro bono program. She represents various clients in pro bono matters on issues ranging from immigration to corporate governance. She has also served as a mentor for several mock interview programs with local law schools.

Prior to joining the firm, Joyce served as an associate at a boutique international trade law firm in Washington, DC where she supported the firm's sanctions and export compliance and white-collar defense practices. Prior to obtaining her LL.M. in international law from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, she practiced law as a business litigator in Miami, Florida, representing large financial institutions and other corporate clients at all stages of litigation in state and federal courts. While in law school at the University of Florida, Joyce served as the managing editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy and as a judicial extern for the late Judge Maxine Cohen Lando of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida.

PresentationsProfessional and Civic

Professional Activities

  • Director, Village Rights International