Becoming a Pro at Pro Hac Vice Admission

Pro hac vice admission is a valuable tool for an attorney seeking to practice in a state in which she is not licensed. A Latin term meaning “for this turn,” pro hac vice is a relatively simple process, requiring only a sponsor attorney and that the out-of-state attorney seeking admission be in good standing in her home state. However, pro hac vice admission is not without risks, as illustrated by a recent New Jersey case.

In Pender v. Beiter, a New York attorney was …

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