McCoy Pitt is an associate in White & Case's Washington, DC office, where he represents and advises foreign sovereigns and private parties in the resolution of international disputes. His practice focuses on international arbitration and litigation, with a particular emphasis on investor-state arbitration before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). He is also actively involved in pro bono matters at the Firm.
During law school, McCoy served on the Executive Board of the Virginia Journal of International Law and as Captain of the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team. He also served as a foreign relations legislative intern for US Senator Johnny Isakson and as a legal intern at the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Camp Zama, Japan.
Enforcement of ICSID Convention Arbitral Awards in U.S. Courts, 43 Pepperdine Law Review 649, 2016, (co-authored with Abby Cohen Smutny and Anne Smith)