pro hac vice
pro hac vi·ce /'prō-'hak-'vī-sē, -'häk-'vē-kā/ adv [Latin]: for this occasion
a motion to admit the attorney pro hac vice as counsel of recordHuff v. State, 622 So. 2d 982 (1993)
— used esp. when an out-of-state attorney is allowed to practice in a case without the appropriate state bar license

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

pro hac vice
(proh-hock-vee-chay) Latin meaning "for this one particular occasion." The phrase usually refers to an out-of-state lawyer who has been granted special permission to participate in a particular case, even though the lawyer is not licensed to practice in the state where the case is being tried.
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Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. . 2009.


pro hac vice
Latin For this one purpose or occasion. The allowing of something not usually allowed, usually referring to an attorney who normally could not practice in a certain jurisdiction, but is allowed to just for one case.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.


pro hac vice
For this turn; for this one particular occasion. For example, an out-of-state lawyer may be admitted to practice in a local jurisdiction for a particular case only.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


pro hac vice
For this turn; for this one particular occasion. For example, an out-of-state lawyer may be admitted to practice in a local jurisdiction for a particular case only.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

pro hac vice
[proh hock vee-chay]
prep.
   Latin for "this time only," the phrase refers to the application of an out-of-state lawyer to appear in court for a particular trial, even though he/she is not licensed to practice in the state where the trial is being held. The application is usually granted, but sometimes the court requires association with a local attorney.

Law dictionary. . 2013.

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