Indiana Pro Hac Vice Counsel & Admission Rules

Indiana Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers

Pro Hac Vice Indiana


Is there a fee

Yes. A fee of $130 is due annually until the matter requiring pro hac vice admission concludes.

What documents do I need?

Pro hac vice admission before the Indiana courts requires a Verified Petition for Temporary Admission.

How do I apply?

Provide the clerk of the Indiana Supreme Court with a copy of the Verified Petition the applicant intends to file and the application fee. The Clerk will issue a temporary bar number and a receipt. The Clerk of the Indiana Supreme Court can be reached at Clerk of the Appellate Courts, 216 State House, 200 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Then file the Verified Petition in the court in which admission is sought.

Is local counsel required

The Indiana Judicial Branch Board of Law Examiners requires pro hac vice applicants to retain local counsel as a condition of admission. Local Indiana counsel can provide insight into matters of local practice that are unique to Indiana practice.