LIMITED APPEARANCE (pro hac vice) INFORMATION
SPECIAL RULES GOVERNING THE ADMISSION AND PRACTICE OF ATTORNEYS
RULE 4. APPEARANCES
B. Limited Appearance.
1. Any attorney who is a member in good standing of the bar of any United States Court,
or of the highest Court of any State or Territory or Insular Possession of the United States,
but is not admitted to practice in the Southern District of Florida may, upon written
application filed by counsel admitted to practice in this District, be permitted to appear and
participate in a particular case. A certification that the applicant has studied the local rules
shall accompany application together with such appearance fee as may be required by
administrative order. If granted, such limited appearance shall not constitute formal
admission or authorize the attorney to file documents via CM/ECF.
2. Lawyers who are not members of the bar of this Court shall not be permitted to
engage in general practice in this District. For purposes of this rule, more than three
appearances within a 365-day period in separate representations before the Courts of this
District shall be presumed to be a