Washington does not specifically provide special admission rules for government attorneys licensed in other jurisdictions. However, attorneys that are eligible to take the Washington bar exam and practice on behalf of a governmentally sponsored legal services organization, or in a public defenders office, may temporarily practice law in Washington under the Legal Services Organization Rules.
In addition, Washington provides a Washington Multijurisdictional Practice Rule (MJP) within its rules of professional conduct. Comment 16 to that rule provides for an interpretation that may exempt out-of-state government attorneys from the unauthorized practice of law.
Please also see the Washington Bar Reciprocity page to view the requirements for Admission on Motion.