Scott Lincicome is an international trade attorney with extensive experience in trade litigation before the United States Department of Commerce, the US International Trade Commission (ITC), the US Court of International Trade, the European Commission and the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Dispute Settlement Body. He has also advised corporate and sovereign clients on US bilateral and regional trade agreements and American trade policy, as well as WTO matters, including accessions, compliance and multilateral trade negotiations.
Scott is also an Adjunct Scholar with the Cato Institute, where he writes on international economic policy and politics, and a Senior Visiting Lecturer at Duke University Law School where he teaches a course on international trade law. Scott previously worked as a Visiting Lecturer at Duke, where he taught an undergraduate course on international trade politics and policy.
In 2008, Scott served as a senior trade policy adviser for Senator John McCain’s Presidential campaign. In that capacity, he organized the campaign's trade policy team, routinely advised the campaign on international trade matters, and spoke publicly on the campaign’s behalf. Since then, he's advised several presidential and congressional candidates on international trade and economic issues.
From 1998 – 2001 Scott worked as a research assistant with the Cato Institute’s Center for Trade Policy Studies in Washington, focusing on US international trade law and policy.
Scott has a BA in Political Science from the University of Virginia and a JD from the University's School of Law. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Scott now resides in Raleigh, NC with his family.
The views expressed herein are solely my own and do not reflect those of my employer. Nothing provided on this blog should be construed as legal advice.