Form 46C "Application to Proceed Pro Hac Vice Before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims"

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This is a legal form that was released by the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims on September 1, 2011 and used country-wide. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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APPLICATION TO PROCEED PRO HAC VICE BEFORE
THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR VETERANS CLAIMS
IN THE CASE OF _______________________________DOCKET NO. ______________
Court Rule 46(b)(1)(F): "On motion and a showing of good cause, and submission of a completed application, the
Court may permit any attorney or non-attorney practitioner not admitted to practice before the Court, or any other
person in exceptional circumstances, to appear on behalf of a party or amicus curiae for the purposes of a particular
case. Whenever a person makes an appearance under this subsection, the person will be deemed to have conferred
disciplinary jurisdiction upon the Court for any alleged misconduct in the course of, in the preparation for, or in
connection with any proceeding in that case. Each attorney and non-attorney practitioner generally is limited to one
appearance under this subsection. Except as permitted by the Court, any subsequent appearances shall be made under
Rule 46(a) (1) (Admission of Attorneys to Bar of Court) or (a)(2) (Admission of Non-Attorneys to Practice)."
1. Attorney's Name: (Mr.)(Ms.)_____________________________________________________
Date of Birth: ________________________________________
2. Business Mailing Address:_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
E-mail Address:___________________________________________
3. Telephone Numbers: (Office)________________________(fax)_________________________
4. Have you ever been suspended for misconduct or disbarred from the practice of law in any jurisdiction,
or are you pending action as to your conduct or fitness to practice law which could result in public discipline?
_______If yes, explain in full (including dates) on continuation sheet.
5. Have you ever had your right to practice in any jurisdiction or before any federal, state, or municipal
department, bureau, commission, office, or agency qualified, terminated, or withdrawn, or has any such entity
ever imposed public discipline on you, or is any such action pending? ______If yes, explain in full
(including dates) on continuation sheet.
6. State all courts in which you are currently admitted:
COURT
BAR NO.
DATE OF ADMISSION
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
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APPLICATION TO PROCEED PRO HAC VICE BEFORE
THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR VETERANS CLAIMS
IN THE CASE OF _______________________________DOCKET NO. ______________
Court Rule 46(b)(1)(F): "On motion and a showing of good cause, and submission of a completed application, the
Court may permit any attorney or non-attorney practitioner not admitted to practice before the Court, or any other
person in exceptional circumstances, to appear on behalf of a party or amicus curiae for the purposes of a particular
case. Whenever a person makes an appearance under this subsection, the person will be deemed to have conferred
disciplinary jurisdiction upon the Court for any alleged misconduct in the course of, in the preparation for, or in
connection with any proceeding in that case. Each attorney and non-attorney practitioner generally is limited to one
appearance under this subsection. Except as permitted by the Court, any subsequent appearances shall be made under
Rule 46(a) (1) (Admission of Attorneys to Bar of Court) or (a)(2) (Admission of Non-Attorneys to Practice)."
1. Attorney's Name: (Mr.)(Ms.)_____________________________________________________
Date of Birth: ________________________________________
2. Business Mailing Address:_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
E-mail Address:___________________________________________
3. Telephone Numbers: (Office)________________________(fax)_________________________
4. Have you ever been suspended for misconduct or disbarred from the practice of law in any jurisdiction,
or are you pending action as to your conduct or fitness to practice law which could result in public discipline?
_______If yes, explain in full (including dates) on continuation sheet.
5. Have you ever had your right to practice in any jurisdiction or before any federal, state, or municipal
department, bureau, commission, office, or agency qualified, terminated, or withdrawn, or has any such entity
ever imposed public discipline on you, or is any such action pending? ______If yes, explain in full
(including dates) on continuation sheet.
6. State all courts in which you are currently admitted:
COURT
BAR NO.
DATE OF ADMISSION
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
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7. Please provide your statement of good cause required for permission to practice pro hac vice:
OATH (AFFIRMATION)
I,_________________________________, solemnly swear (or affirm) that I am an attorney at law, in good
standing in the Courts listed above and that I will conduct myself as an attorney and counselor of this
Court, uprightly and according to law; and that I will support the Constitution of the United States.
I certify under penalty of perjury that the
foregoing is true and correct. (28 U.S.C.§ 1746)
_______________________________
(Signature of Applicant)
Date ______________________
MOTION GRANTED:
_________________________
____________
___________________________
SIGNATURE
DATE
APPROVING OFFICIAL
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