Some states provide special admission rules that do not fit into a specific attorney category. Common examples include limited or temporary admission for attorneys following a major disaster, for proceedings that are incidental to the attorney’s work in his or her home state, practice in an alternative dispute resolution proceeding, or practice while the attorney’s application for admission is pending.
The following map identifies states that have special admission rules that do not fit into a specific attorney category:
|States with Miscellaneous Rules|
|States that do not provide Miscellaneous Rules|