Mississippi Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers
The fee for pro hac vice admission in Mississippi is $500, made payable to the Mississippi Bar.
Pro hac vice admission in Mississippi requires a Verified Application for Admission Pro Hac Vice. You will also need to obtain a statement from the Clerk of the Supreme Court regarding the number of times you have previously applied for admission in Mississippi.
File the Verified Application and statement from the Clerk of the Supreme Court with the court in which admission is sought. These documents should be served on all parties in accordance with the Mississippi Rules of Civil Procedure. Normally a hearing is not required. The Order granting pro hac vice admission must be provided to the Clerk of the Supreme Court prior to the applicant practicing law in Mississippi.
Yes. The Mississippi Rules of Appellate Procedure require pro hac vice applicants to retain local counsel as a condition of admission. Local Mississippi counsel can also provide information regarding matters unique to local practice that can assist you in representing your client.