Missouri Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers
Yes. The fee for pro hac vice admission in Missouri is $305, made payable to the Clerk of the Supreme Court, and sent to the Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Attn: Attorney Enrollment, Post Office Box 150, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102. The check should be accompanied by the name of the applicant, the case name and number, and the court in which admission is sought. Express mail should be sent to Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Attn: Attorney Enrollment, 207 West High Street Jefferson City, Missouri 65101. Allow four days for processing of the fee and mailing of a receipt.
Pro hac vice admission in Missouri requires a statement which lists each state in which the applicant is licensed and which designates local Missouri counsel.
Mail payment, along with the name of the applicant, the case name and number, and the court in which admission is sought, to the Attorney Enrollment division. The division will mail a fee receipt. File the Statement and the fee receipt in the court where admission is sought.
Yes. The Attorney Enrollment division of the office of the Clerk of the Missouri Supreme Court requires pro hac vice applicants to engage local counsel in Missouri as a condition of admission. Local counsel also provides valuable insight into matters unique to local practice which can assist you in your representation of your client.