US District Court for the District of Alaska Pro Hac Vice

Court Description



Is there a Fee?

Yes. The rules of the District of Alaska require pro hac vice counsel to associate with local counsel in most circumstances. Local counsel can provide valuable insight into matters of local practice that can assist you in representing your client. Choose from available local counsel by choosing Local Counsel on this page.

What Documents Do I Need?

Use the Attorney Registration Form to register for online filing in the District of Alaska. File the Motion and Application and Declaration as one document on the CM/ECF system. The Motion and Application and Declaration may also be filed on paper. If filed electronically, it will not be ruled upon until the court receives payment.

How do I Apply?

You will need an Attorney Registration Form for Electronic Filing, Motion and Application of Non-Eligible Attorney for Permission to Appear and Participate in the United States District for the District of Alaska, and the Declaration of Non-Eligible Attorney. Download free sample forms by choosing Forms on this page.

Is Local Counsel Required?

The fee for admission is $150 for each case in which the attorney is permitted to act as counsel.