Oregon Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers
Yes. The fee for pro hac vice admission in Oregon is $500, made payable to the Oregon State Bar.
You will need a Certificate of Compliance for Pro Hac Vice Admission, Certificate of Good Standing from the state in which you are licensed, Certificate of Malpractice Insurance applicant’s practice which includes policy terms and deductible amount, and a Motion for Admission Pro Hac Vice with Proposed Order.
Send the original Certificate of Compliance for Pro Hac Vice Admission, Certificate of Good Standing, Certificate of Malpractice Insurance and fee to the Regulatory Services Section of the Oregon State Bar. Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for expedited processing. The Bar will return a Certificate of Compliance, which should then be attached to the Motion for Admission Pro Hac Vice and Proposed Order filed by local counsel in the court where admission is sought.
Yes. The Regulatory Services Section of the Oregon State Bar requires pro hac vice applicants to associate with local counsel as a condition of admission. Local counsel can also provide valuable insight into matters of local practice that can enhance your representation of your client.