Pro Hac Vice
Pro hac vice admissions are governed by LR 83.2(b). To appear in a particular case, an attorney who is not a member of the district's bar must:
- be a member in good standing of the bar of any court of the United States or the highest court of any state;
- have a member of the district's bar who is actively associated with the attorney file a motion for pro hac vice admission;
- attach to the motion an affidavit in compliance with LR 83.2(b)(1); and
- submit with the motion a $100 fee (per person) via credit card, ACH debit, or check made payable to "Clerk, United States District Court."
Note that, upon obtaining permission to appear pro hac vice, the court may at any time revoke such permission for good cause without a hearing. An attorney permitted to practice pro hac vice in a particular case shall at all times remain associated in the case with a member of the bar of this district upon whom all process, notices, and other papers shall be served, who shall sign all filings submitted to the court, and whose attendance is required at all proceedings unless excused by the court.