pro hac vice

Definition of "pro hac vice"
  1. Temporary permission granted to a lawyer from another state to participate in a particular case in a state where they are not licensed
How to use "pro hac vice" in a sentence
  1. The out-of-state lawyer filed a pro hac vice motion to participate in a high-profile case.
  2. She applied for pro hac vice status to assist her client in a case across state lines.
  3. The judge granted him pro hac vice so he could represent his client in their home state.

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