Pro Hac Vice
Visiting Attorneys—Admission Pro Hac Vice
Certificate for Admission
An attorney who is not a member of the bar of this Court may appear and practice in this Court provided that the attorney files with the Clerk a Certification of Admission Pro Hac Vice for each case in which the attorney will enter an appearance. This certificate is available on the Court’s website (see Supporting Documents on this page). Attorneys seeking PHV admission will no longer be required to file a “Notice of Appearance Pro Hac Vice”, but should file this certificate instead. Associated local counsel must sign the form. The Clerk will investigate the requesting attorney’s eligibility as necessary.
Associated Local Counsel
A visiting attorney must have at all times associated with him/her a member of the bar of this Court, upon whom all process, notices and other papers may be served and who shall sign all papers filed with the Court and whose attendance at any proceeding may be required by the Court. The Court may at any time for good cause and without hearing revoke the right of a visiting lawyer to practice.