Vincent E. Doyle III is a magna cum laude graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School. He was champion of the Law School’s Charles S. Desmond Moot Court Competition and also received the award for best brief. Mr. Doyle served as Note and Comment Editor of the Buffalo Law Review. Upon graduation, he was honored with a Faculty Award for outstanding contribution to the law school and with the Robert J. Connelly Award for excellence in the Trial Practice course. Mr. Doyle is a graduate of Canisius College with English and All-College Honors and is a member of the Canisius College DiGamma Honor Society.
Mr. Doyle is a former President of the New York State Bar Association. The 77,000-member Association is the largest and oldest voluntary state bar association in the country. He has previously served in various leadership positions, including terms in both the House of Delegates and the Executive Committee of the Association. He is a member and past Chair of the State Bar’s Committee to Ensure Quality of Mandated Representation, its President’s Committee on Access to Justice, and its Criminal Justice Section. Mr. Doyle sits on the Advisory Committee on Criminal Law and Procedure to the Chief Administrative Judge of the State, and was appointed by the Chief Judge of the State to the Commission on the Jury, a blue ribbon panel charged with formulating ways to improve the jury system in New York.
Mr. Doyle served on the Board of Directors of the Erie County Bar Association. He is a past President of the Erie County Aid to Indigent Prisoners Society.