Vermont Pro Hac Vice Counsel & Admission Rules

Vermont Pro Hac Vice Admission Rules & Lawyers

Pro Hac Vice Vermont


Is there a fee

Yes. The fee for pro hac vice admission in Vermont is $200, and should be made payable to Attorney Licensing.

What documents do I need?

Pro hac vice admission in Vermont requires an Attorney Licensing Statement and a Motion for Admission Pro Hac Vice. Download free sample forms by choosing Forms on this page.

How do I apply?

Send the original, signed Attorney Licensing Statement, fee, and Certificate of Good Standing from the state in which the applicant resides to the Vermont Judiciary. After two weeks' processing, the Judiciary will send a Pro Hac Vice Licensing Card to local counsel. The Card should be included with the Motion when it is filed in the court where admission is sought.

Is local counsel required

Yes. The Vermont Judiciary requires local counsel as a condition of pro hac vice admission. Local counsel can also provide valuable insights into matters of local practice that can assist you in representing your client. Find available local counsel by choosing Local Counsel on this page.