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Pro Hac Vice Admission

Pacer Requirements

To register to practice in the Northern District, you must have an upgraded individual PACER account. If you do not have an upgraded individual PACER account, use the UPGRADING PACER ACCOUNT instructions found HERE.

Admission Requirements

A Motion for Admission Pro Hac Vice along with an attached Application for Admission Pro Hac Vice is required to be filed in the pending case. A blank Application for Admission Pro Hac Vice (AT-03) can be found HERE. The Motion is usually filed by local counsel. The Pro Hac Vice filing fee will be paid at the time of filing through Court Fees can be found HERE.

AFTER the Motion has been filed, if the attorney applying for pro hac vice does not already have e-filing privileges, they will need to register for CM/ECF e-filing using the instructions below.

Additionally, after the Motion has been filed, the pro hac attorney must file an Entry of Appearance in the pending case

Pro Hac Vice E-Filing Registration Instructions

  1. Navigate to

  2. Go to Manage Your Account and click on Manage My Account Login.

  3. Log in to Manage My Account using PACER login credentials.

  4. In Manage My Account, click on the Maintenance tab.

  5. In the Maintenance tab, select Attorney Admissions/E-File Registration.

  6. From the drop down menus, Select US District Courts then Oklahoma Northern District Court and click NEXT.

  7. Select Pro Hac Vice from the registration types listed.

  8. In the Filer Information Section: Review and correct if needed.

  9. In the Additional Filer Information Section (This section is required):  Make sure to provide the Pro Hac Vice Case Number.

  10. Complete remaining sections as necessary.  Note: Default payment information is not required for registration.

  11. Review the Attorney E-Filing Terms and Conditions and click the boxes acknowledging review and agreement. And click SUBMIT.

After Submission

The Court will review your application and, if necessary, will provide you with further instructions through the email address provided. You will be notified via email when the Court has processed your request. NOTE: It may take up to (3) business days for the Court to process your request.