Alaska Pro Hac Vice Counsel & Admission Rules

Alaska Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers

Pro Hac Vice Alaska

FAQ

Is there a fee

There is a $660 non-refundable application fee to practice pro hac vice before the Alaska courts. The fee is payable per attorney, per case, per year, until such time that admission is no longer needed.

What documents do I need?

Admission requires a Motion to Participate and a Certificate of Good Standing for pro hac vice counsel.

How do I apply?

Mail a copy of the Motion to Participate, a copy of the Certificate of Good Standing, and the application fee to the Alaska State Bar at PO Box 100279, Anchorage, AK 99510-0279. Documents may be mailed to the address or sent electronically to [email protected] Once received, the Alaska State Bar will provide a receipt that should be included when the original Motion to Participate and original Certificate of Good Standing are filed with the superior court where pro hac vice admission is sought.

Is local counsel required

The Alaska State Bar requires local counsel for attorneys appearing before Alaska courts pro hac vice.