Nevada Pro Hac Vice Counsel & Admission Rules

Nevada Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers

Pro Hac Vice Nevada

FAQ

Is there a fee

Yes. The fee for pro hac vice admission in the Nevada courts is $550, made payable to the State Bar of Nevada.

What documents do I need?

Pro hac vice admission in Nevada requires a Verified Application, a Certificate of Good Standing from the applicant's home state, and a Motion to Associate with Proposed Order.

How do I apply?

Mail a copy of the Verified Application, the Certificate of Good Standing, and the fee to the State Bar of Nevada. The Bar will provide the State Bar Statement by mail, which should be attached to the Motion to Associate, to be filed in the court where admission is sought. The original Verified Application and original Certificate of Good Standing should also be attached to the Motion, along with a proposed Order. Serve the Order on the State Bar of Nevada.

Is local counsel required

Yes. The State Bar of Nevada requires pro hac vice applicants to retain local counsel as a condition of admission. Local counsel can provide valuable insight into matters of local practice which can assist you in representing your client.