pro hoc vice

Pro hac vice is a Latin term that means "for this time only." For example, a lawyer from New York who is not licensed to practice in Texas may, for a Texas trial, be admitted pro hoc vice to work on the particular case.

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Pro hac vice refers to an attorney who is not admitted to a particular jurisdiction but is allowed to participate in a particular case. The specific rules of pro hac vice admission might vary from one jurisdiction to another.