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Admission Pro Hac Vice

BLR 9010-2. Permission to practice in a particular case.

A non-resident attorney who is not an active member in good standing of the State Bar of Alabama, but who is a member in good standing of the Bar of any United States Court or the highest court of any State may apply in writing for permission to appear pro hac vice.

Applications for admission pro hac vice may be obtained from the Bankruptcy Clerk. The applicant shall state under penalty of perjury the applicant’s (1) residence address, (2) office address and telephone number, (3) the courts to which admitted to practice and the date of admission, and (4) a statement that the applicant is in good standing and eligible to practice in all courts to which admitted.The nonresident attorney may be permitted to appear pro hac vice in the discretion of the Bankruptcy Court. A proposed order to be signed by the Bankruptcy Judge shall be  to the Emailed to the appropriate Judge. Instructions for Submiting Orders.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE APPLICATION

The Application for Admission Pro Hac Vice must be typed and all blank spaces in the application must be completed. Information is subject to verification by Court personnel.

Detailed Instructions for Pro Hac Vice

Application For Pro Hac Vice