Pro Hac Vice (Motion to Appear)

01/04/2015

 

Miss. Bankr. L. R. 9010-1

 

A non-resident attorney may be admitted pro hac vice by comity to practice in a civil action in the court.  The initial motion must be filed by an attorney admitted to practice before this court. See Miss. Bankr. L.R. 9010(b)(1)(B)

         

        Docket Event:

        [Bankruptcy> Motions/Applications> Appear Pro Hac Vice]

         

        Requirements:

        EE Cases

        KMS Cases

        NPO Cases

        Motion with:

        • Certificate of good standing

        • Signature of local counsel

        • Certification of familiarity with local rules

        • Certificate of service

        Motion with:

        • Certificate of good standing

        • Signature of local counsel

        • Certification of familiarity with local rules

        • Certificate of service

        Motion with:

        • Certificate of good standing

        • Signature of local counsel

        • Certification of familiarity with local rules

        • Certificate of service

        Proposed Order

        Proposed Order

        Proposed Order

         

        Miss. Bankr. L. R. 9010-1(b)(1)

         

        (A) File certificate (of good standing)
         

        • A certificate from the United States District Court or the highest state court of the applicant's jurisdiction, showing that the applicant is duly authorized to practice in and is in good standing with that court.
           

        (B) Associate local counsel

         

        • Applicant must associate a member of the bar of this court (local counsel) in the particular bankruptcy case for which the applicant seeks admission. The initial motion must by filed by associated local counsel.

         

        (C) Certification of familiarity with local rules

         

        • Application must certify that the applicant has read and is familiar with the Uniform Local Rules of the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Northern District and the Southern District of Mississippi