Please follow the below instructions regarding requirements and then go to pacer.uscourts.gov to apply for admission. Attorneys may apply for regular admission to the Eastern District of New York, or may apply for pro hac vice admission on a particular case in whole or in part.
Pro Hac Vice Admission: Admission of visiting attorneys (pro hac vice) is governed by U.S. District Court Local Rule 83.1 . The fee is $200.00 made payable to the U.S. District Court. The motion must be signed and filed in paper format by local counsel with the seat of court where the case resides.
Attorney Admission Instructions Admission to the bar of this court is generally governed by Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 46(a) and Ninth Circuit Rule 46-1. The practical effect of these rules is summarized below:
United States District Court Western District of Pennsylvania Mark R. Hornak, Chief Judge - Joshua C. Lewis, Clerk of Court
attorney handbook . $3.50. certificate of good standing . $20.00. certifying any document. $11.00. check returned for nsf . $53.00. complaint in interpleader additional administrative fee * total (effective december 1, 2020) $350.00 $52.00 $402.00 . duplicate certificate of admission . $20.00. electronic copy fee per page . $0.10. exemplification of any document . $23.00
Attorneys seeking to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado must become members of the bar by completing an Application for Admission to the Bar of the U.S. District Court. See District of Colorado Local Rule LAttyR 3 – Requirements for Bar of the Court (a) Application.
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