COMPARISON OF ABA MODEL RULE FOR PRO HAC VICE ADMISSION WITH STATE VERSIONS AND AMENDMENTS SINCE AUGUST 2002

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1 As of January 26, American Bar Association AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY CPR POLICY IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE COMPARISON OF ABA MODEL RULE FOR PRO HAC VICE ADMISSION WITH STATE VERSIONS AND AMENDMENTS SINCE AUGUST 2002 ABA Rule AL AK 5 appearances in preceding 12 months Apply State (a) (b) (c) Alabama State Bar Alaska Bar Association (a) $300 (b) (c) (a) $620 (b) (c) 9 Appear of record. Advise client of judgment on contemplated actions that differ from pro hac vice counsel. Name on papers and personally appear at all proceedings. Name on papers; primary responsibility for proceeding. a) b) a) b) a) b) Amendments Rule Amended omit certain requirements for the pro hac vice admission of pro bono counsel. Fee increase. Fee increase from $250 $620 1

2 AZ Apply State State Bar of Arizona (a) Equal Bar member annual fee, per annum (currently $416). Fifteen percent of the non-refundable application fee shall be deposited in a civil legal services fund administered by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education. (b) (c) 9 Name on papers, personal appearance if required and joint responsibility for proceeding. a) b) Amendments Rule 1) The for admission pro hac vice is filed with the State Bar of Arizona. 2) A Certificate of Good Standing from each state or court in which the applicant has been admitted must accompany the Verified. 3) The AZ lawyer who associates with the ouf-state lawyer will be required file a Motion pro hac vice and submit a Proposed Order. 4) Fifteen percent of the non-refundable application fee shall be deposited in a civil legal services fund administered by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education. AR Three (3) cases in preceding 12 months. (a) $200 (b) State Bar (c) Indigent person may require responsibility for progress of case. a) b) 2

3 CA Apply State Separate rule for arbitration proceedings. State Bar of California (a) $50 (b) (c) 9 Atrney of record. a) b) Amendments Rule Rule 9.40 amended and renumbered effective January 1, See Title Nine Rules CO. See, Rule 205. (a) (b) (c) Name on papers and personally appear. a). See, Rule b). See, Rule fee. Applies foreign lawyers. CT Special and Infrequent Occasion (a) $620 and ($565 Dept. of Rev; $75 CP Fund) (b) ; $75 CP Fund (c) Name on papers and personally appear. a) b) 3

4 DE 12 DC FL 5 appearances in calendar year. 3 appearances within a 365- day period. Apply State See Rule 71.. Applies arbitration proceedings. Admitting court files application with lawyer regulary agency. (a) $300 per annum (b) (c) (a) $100 (b) (c) (a) $250 (b) (c) 9 Name on papers and personally appear. a) b) a) Sign pro hac vice motion. b) a) b) Amendments Rule 1) $250 fee Bar 2) 3 appearances per year 3) File a uniform motion for admission 4) Rule applies arbitration 4

5 GA 13 Apply State (a) $275/$75 /$200 (b) $75 (c) 9 Sponsor motion, appear of record and advise client of judgment on contemplated actions that differ from pro hac counsel. a) b) Amendments Rule 1) $275, payable the State Bar of Georgia, for the first pro hac vice application in a calendar year and $75 for each additional pro hac vice application filed in the same calendar year. Applicants are also required pay an annual fee of $200, payable the State Bar of Georgia, on or before January 15 of each subsequent calendar year for as long as the applicant is admitted pro hac vice before any court of this state. 2) Defines domestic lawyer and foreign lawyer. 3) Specifies in-state counsel duties. 4) Specifies application procedure. 5) Shall be subject disciplinary action. 6) Service on state bar who can object. 7) Allows foreign lawyers and in-house counsel be admitted pro hac vice. 5

6 HI ID but reciprocal limitation on appearances. Apply State Idaho State Bar (a) (b) (c), same as annual dues for Bar member. (a) $325 (b) (c) 9 a) Personally appear. b) a) b) Reciprocal limitation on number of appearances. Amendments Rule IL (a) (b) (c) $250 per proceeding $121 IARDC File appearance. a) b) New procedure and fees. IN (a), same as annual dues for Bar member, per annum. ($145) (b) (c) Co-counsel. Sign all papers. a) b) 6

7 IA 14 KS 15 KY but if 5 appearances in 24 months can be denied. Apply State (a) (b) (c) (a) $100 (b) (c) (a) One time fee equal what a Kentucky lawyer admitted for at least 5 years pays. (b) (c) 9 Appear of record, actively participate, accept service, advice client on contemplated actions that differ from pro hac counsel. File motion for pro hac vice admission. Sign all papers. Personally appear. Personally appear. a) b) a) b) a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Increase duties of local counsel. 2) Limit number of appearances. 3) Establish application procedure. 1) $100 fee imposed 2) Motion for pro hac vice admission must be filed by KS lawyer 3) Shall be subject disciplinary action. Imposed fee equal what a Kentucky lawyer admitted for at least 5 years pays. 7

8 LA 16 ME Apply State. Applies arbitration proceedings. (a) $450 LA Atty. Disc. Bd. plus any fee assessed by court (b) $250 (c) (a) $600 (b) (c) 9 File motion for pro hac admission and advise client of judgment on contemplated actions that differ from pro hac counsel. a) b) a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Imposed $250 fee 2) Motion by LA lawyer and verified application form by out-of-state lawyer 3) Submit authority of courts and LA Atty. Disc. Bd. 4) Addresses out-ofstate proceedings, potential in-state and out-of-state proceedings, and all ADR Fee increase. MD 17 (a) $25 18 (b) (c) File motion for pro hac vice admission and appear at all proceedings. a) b) 8

9 MA MI MN 19 more than five cases in a 365-day period. Apply State (a) $301/$101 (b) (c) (a) (b) (c) (a) (b) (c) 9 a) b) File motion for pro hac vice admission and appearance of record. Sign papers and appear at first hearing. a) b) a) b) Amendments Rule $301 per case for atrneys who seek pro hac vice admission in the Superior, Land, or any appellate court (not including the Appellate Division of the District or of the Bosn Municipal ); $101 per case for atrneys who seek pro hac vice admission any other court. 1) more than five cases in a 365-day period. 2) Applies administrative tribunal/agency/private arbitration. 3) Copy of motion sent Michigan Atrney Grievance Commission. 4) Fee equal the discipline and clientprotection portions of a bar member s dues. 5) discipline in MI 9

10 MS 5 appearances in 12 months Apply State (a) $200 (b) Indigent legal services (c) 9 Sign application for pro hac vice admission. Name on papers, personal appearance and joint and several responsibility for proceeding. a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Imposed $200 fee 2) Only 5 appearances in 12 months 3) File verified application 4) Obtain statement from Clerk of Sup. Ct. listing all prior pro hac appearances MO MT Total of 2 appearances, ever. NE State Bar of Montana (a) $100 (b) (c) (a) $385 (or current bar dues) (b) State Bar of Montana () (a) $250 (b) (c) Enter appearance as atrney of record. Atrney of record. Sign all papers and personally appear. Resident of NE. Service on NE lawyer allowed. a) b) a) b) a) b) 1) $100 fee imposed 2) Subject discipline in MO Fee increase. 10

11 NV. more than 5 appearances in a 3-year period. Apply State State Bar of Nevada. Annual renewal of application. (a) $550 per year, per case. (b) (c) 9 File motion associate. of record. Present at all matters in open court. Ensure compliance with all state and local rules of practice. a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Pro hac vice admission includes court-annexed or staturily-required arbitrations and mediations and appearances before administrative agencies or governmental bodies (2) There can be no more than five (5) pro hac vice admissions within a three-year period except upon good cause shown. (3) The affiliated NV counsel shall be responsible the or governmental entity for the administration of the case and for compliance with all state and local rules of practice. It is the responsibility of local counsel ensure that the case is handled in accordance with all applicable NV rules. 11

12 NH 20 Apply State (a) $250 (b) (c) 9 Responsible the client and for the conduct of the proceeding before the court or agency. Advis e client of the in-state lawyer s independent judgment on contemplated actions if that judgment differs from the out-of-state lawyer. a) b) Amendments Rule Fee of $225 imposed. 12

13 NJ Apply State (a) Varies annually, maximum $186 per year. (b) Lawyer Reg. ($126); Client Protection Fund ($50); and LAP ($10) (c) lawyers representing the United States of America or a sister state 9 Sign papers. a) b) Amendments Rule Allow foreign lawyers. NM 21 more than 5 proceedings per year. (a) $450 fist matter; $275 next 4 matters. (b) Out of $450, NM Annual Annual Fee; Client Protection Fund Annual Fee; NM State Bar ($25), the rest civil legal services (c) Sign first motion or pleading. a) b) 1) Imposed $450 fee per case 2) File a registration certificate with the State Bar of New Mexico 13

14 NY 22 Apply State (a) (b) (c) 9 Atrney of record. a) b) Amendments Rule NC ND Occasional appearances State Board of Law Examiners (a) $125 (b) $25 of $125 (c) (a) Same fee required of a lawyer licensed for 5 yrs. in ND. ($380) (b) (c) Personally appear and accept service of process. Name appears on all papers and personally appear at all proceedings. a) b) a) b) $125 fee imposed 1) Provides for registration in court actions, administrative proceeding and for inhouse counsel 2) Appearance is not limited actual physical presence in a court action. Also appearances by signing or otherwise being designated as counsel on a pleading, motion, or other paper served or filed in an action venued in a ND state court, administrative agency, or other tribunal. 3) Lawyer seeking take a deposition within the state of ND for an action pending in another jurisdiction must comply with ND R. Prof. Conduct

15 OH more than 3 proceedings per year. Apply State Supreme Office of Atrney Services (a) $300 (b) (c) 9 Name and Atrney registration number of active Ohio atrney a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Centralized pro hac vice admission through the Supreme s Office of Atrney Services 2) $300 annual registration fee 3) more than 3 proceedings per year 4) revocation if the rule is violated OK 23 OR (a) $350 (b) (b) Oregon State Bar (a) $500 and obtain malpractice insurance (b) All Legal Services Program (c) but exception for gov t body. File appearance, sign pleadings and appear at all hearings unless waived. Participate meaningfully. a) b) a) b) 1) Imposed $350 fee 2) Submit application OK Bar and motion with court 2) Subject discipline in OK 15

16 PA 24 RI SC more than 3 appearances in 5-year period. Apply State (a) $375 (proceeds IOLTA Program). (a) (b) (a) (b) (c). Limits appearances under Rule 5.5 (c) of Rules of Prof. Conduct Supreme Office of Bar Admissions (a) $250 per case (b) (c) 9 Member of PA bar must file motion for admission and be atrney of record. Present motion for admission. Sign all papers and assume responsibility for case. Client also signs. Atrney of record. Sign papers and appear at all proceedings. a) b) a) b) a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Applies lawyers admitted in non-u.s. jurisdictions. 2) $100 fee IOLTA and $45 fee CSF added. 3) Fee waived for in forma pauperis status. 4) discipline in PA. 1) Limited 3 appearances in 5-year period. 2) Applies administrative proceedings 3) Subject discipline in RI 3) requirement eliminated 1) Increased fee $250 from $25 2) Submit application 3) Applies arbitration, mediation and other alternative dispute resolution 16

17 SD Apply State (a) $200 plus obtain SD Sales and Use Tax License (b) $100 for Unified Judicial System and $100 for State Bar. (c) 9 Employed, associated with and personally participates. File motion recommending admission. a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Increased fee $200 from $100 2) Subject discipline in ND TN TX (a) $170 (b) (c) Pro Bono (a) $250 per case (b) (c) Sign all papers and personally appear. Shall personally appear for all court or File motion in support of pro hac admission. a) b) a) b) Permits lawyers who have been granted permission practice pending admission seek pro hac vice admission. Imposed $250 fee 17

18 UT Apply State Utah State Bar (a) $250 (b) (c) 9 Resident of Utah. File motion for pro hac admission. Sign first pleading; may be required attend all proceedings. a) b) trial courts. - appellate courts. Amendments Rule Increased fee $250. VT 25 (a) $200 (b) (c) File motion for pro hac admission. Sign papers and may be required attend all proceedings. Rule 40 of the Utah Rules of Appellate Procedure allows foreign lawyers be admitted. a) b) $200 fee; consent discipline 18

19 VA WA WV 12 appearances in past 12 months Apply State (a) $250 (b) (c) (a) $250 and lawyer s fund for client protection assessment (b) (c) West Virginia State Bar (a) $350 per case (b) (c) 9 Sign all papers, accept ser-vice of all papers and file motion associate Atrney of record and, at of court, present at all proceedings. Will be responsible local atrney. a) b), see Rule 5.5. a) b) a) b) Amendments Rule 1) limited 12 in 12 months 2) Rule now applies adm. proceedings 3) $250 fee now 4) discipline in VA 5) Local counsel must file motion associate 6) Abolished reciprocity requirement 7) Par. 10 sets forth what legal services an out-of-state lawyer may provide without the entry of a pro hac vice order. Imposed $250 fee and lawyer s fund for client protection assessment. Waived fee for criminal defense. Increase fee $350. application foreign lawyers. 19

20 WI WY Apply State (a) $250 (b) - $100 (c) (a) (b) (c) 9 Appear and participate. Appear at all hearings and trial. a) b) a) b) Amendments Rule 1) Applies administrative hearings. 2) $100 fee Office of Lawyer regulation; $100 Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc., and $50 the Wisconsin Access Justice Commission. 3) fee waived for or pro bono cases Puer Rico 5 appearances (a) (b) (c) Sponsor and appear as cocounsel a) b) Only U.S. Enmienda a la Regla 12 (f) del Reglamen del Tribunal Supremo sobre admisión por cortesía Comm onwealth of the rthe rn Maria na Islands One new case per calendar year. (a) $5000 (b) (c) Waived governmental agency or an instrumentality of the Commonwealth or United States File affidavit (a) (b) 20

21 Copyright 2017 American Bar Association. All rights reserved. thing contained in this chart is be considered the rendering of legal advice. The chart is intended for educational and informational purposes only. We make every attempt keep the chart as accurate as possible. If you are aware of any inaccuracies in the chart, please send your corrections or additions and the source of that information John Holtaway, (312) , 1 Eight jurisdictions specifically limit the number of pro hac vice admissions. (AL, DC, FL, MI, MS, MT, NV and RI) 2 In twenty jurisdictions, the pro hac vice admission rule applies state administrative proceedings. 3 In eighteen jurisdictions, the application for pro hac vice admission is filed with the lawyer disciplinary agency/state bar. 4 Thirty-four jurisdictions require a fee for pro hac vice admission. 5 In sixteen jurisdictions, the pro hac vice admission fee is used in part by the lawyer regulary agency. 6 Eleven jurisdictions waive a fee for pro hac vice admission in pro bono or criminal cases. 7 Two jurisdictions waive fee for lawyers representing the United States of America, sister state or gov t body. 8 Thirty-nine jurisdictions require pro hac vice admission applicants consent discipline in the host state. 9 Forty-six jurisdictions require pro hac vice admission applicants associate with local counsel. 10 Fifteen jurisdictions exclude in-house counsel from the provisions of their pro hac vice admission rule. 11 Five jurisdictions will not admit an out-of-state lawyer pro hac vice unless the lawyer s home state admits lawyers pro hac vice. 12 Delaware Supreme Rule Uniform Superior Rule Iowa Rule of (Amended effective September 27, 2006). 15 Kansas Supreme Rule 1.10, effective July 1, La Sup. Ct. Rule XVII. Admission the Bar of the State of Louisiana. Section 13. Pro Hac Vice Admission 17 Rules of the Maryland of Appeals Governing Admission the Bar of Maryland, Rule The fee is found in the Revised Schedule of Circuit Charges, Costs, and Fees Established Under s Article section 7-202, section IIA(2)(a). It can be found in the 2005 supplement the s and Judicial Proceedings Article the Michie's Annotated Code, page Minnesota Statutes , Subd. 6.; Minnesota Rules of Appellate Procedure, Rule , Subd. 1; and Minnesota District Rules of Practice, Rule 5 20 Rules of the Supreme of the State of New Hampshire. Rule 33(1) 21 NMRA Practice by non-admitted lawyers before state courts. 22 NYCRR Oklahoma Supreme Rules Creating and Controlling the Oklahoma Bar, Article II, Section 5, Out-of-State Atrneys 24 Pennsylvania Rules of, Rule 301 of the Pennsylvania Bar Admission Rules. Effective September An atrney, barrister or advocate who is qualified practice in the courts of another state or of any foreign jurisdiction may be specially admitted the bar of this Commonwealth for purposes limited a particular matter. 25 Vermont Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 79.1(e) 21

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