Pennsylvania Pro Hac Vice

Three separate rules govern pro hac vice admission in Pennsylvania. Rule 301 (Pro Hac Vice) of the Pennsylvania Bar Admission Rules, Rule 1012.1 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure, and Rules 81.501 through 81.506 of the Pennsylvania Code (IOLTA Rules and Regulations) provide the rules regarding admission for attorneys licensed in other jurisdictions who are seeking pro hac vice admission. The primary source of information for pro hac vice admission can be found with the Pennsylvania IOLTA Board. Attorneys are required to complete the application and submit the payment form to the IOLTA Board.