Date Course Information Credits Cost
Online

Defining Fourth Amendment Protections in the Electronic Age

Faculty: Patrick Joyce, Esq.

In this course, Patrick Joyce, a criminal defense attorney in New York and New Jersey, discusses the current state of the law with regards to privacy and the fourth amendment focusing on just how much information the government can track from your cell phone and where the law is headed.

Date: Online

Credits: 2

$75 $50

2

$75 $50

In this course, Patrick Joyce, a criminal defense attorney in New York and New Jersey, discusses the current state of the law with regards to privacy and the fourth amendment focusing on just how much information the government can track from your cell phone and where the law is headed.

 

NY CLE Credits: 2.0 Professional Practice

NJ CLE Credits: 2.0 Criminal Trial Preparation

 

 

ABOUT PATRICK JOYCE
LITIGATION EXPERIENCE
1995-Present: Extensive experience litigating criminal matters in the Federal Appellate and District Courts of New York, and New Jersey. I also litigate on a regular basis in The Superior Courts of New Jersey and the Supreme Court of Yew York.
1990-1995: During this time I was the Assistant Attorney in Charge of the Manhattan Office of the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society. I was responsible for oversight of 180 Criminal Defense Attorneys. Responsibilities included conducting Continuing Legal Education while participating in office-wide strategic decisions implicating both in court and out of court tactics.
1983-1995: I was a trial attorney with the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society of New York for twelve (12) years. I have been the lead counsel in over one hundred (100) felony trials. Although I did assume managerial responsibilities in 1987, I always maintained an active caseload. The Legal Aid Society is the primary defender of the indigent accused in New York City. Its system of vertical representation afforded me the opportunity to gain expertise in all phases of Criminal Defense work. In my capacity as a litigator in that firm I was responsible for the comprehensive caseload management of over five thousand (5,000) cases.
MEMBERSHIP
• New York State Defenders Association
• New York Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
• American Immigration Lawyers Association
COMMITTEE AFFILIATIONS
2007-Present: Member, Montclair Cooperative School, Board of Trustees.
2001-2005: Member, Village of South Orange, Board of Trustees.
2002-2008: Essex County Democratic Party District Leader. During this time I represented the Seventh (7th) voting District in South Orange, New Jersey.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1996-2009: Adjunct Professor, Fordham University, School of Law. I teach a weekly seminar of students who are participating in a Judicial Externship Program.
1990-1994: The Legal Aid Society of New York, Criminal Defense Division Citywide Trial Advocacy Program, Team Leader. This week- long intensive training program was designed to enhance trial skills of those attorneys who are on the verge of becoming Felony Certified. As a Team Leader I developed curriculum, and was responsible for supervising both video and live critiques.
1987-1994: The Legal Aid Society of New York, Criminal Defense Division, New York County Training Committee. This committee developed training strategies for attorneys of all levels of experience. Most notably, we created a workshop format for instructing first year attorneys on various substantive areas of criminal law.
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
*United States Supreme Court
*United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
*United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
*United States District Court, Southern District of New York
*United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
*United States District Court, Northern District of New York
*United States District Court, District of New Jersey
* All Courts In The State of New York
* All Courts In The State of New Jersey