Attorney Admission Information
Pursuant to Local Rule 83-5, attorneys who have been admitted to practice by the Supreme Court of the United States or the highest Court of any state may become a member of the bar of this Court. Apply for permanent admission to the Southern District of Indiana by submitting an application form and the fee of $186.
Application for Bar Admission:
Pro Hac Vice:
Pursuant to Local Rule 83-6, attorneys may also be admitted to appear in a particular case by filing a Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice, along with a proposed order, and a $30 fee per attorney, per case.
- Sample 1 - Motion/Order to Appear Pro Hac Vice: (Please use this form if you are moving for your own PHV admission as permitted by Local Rule 83-6.)
- Sample 2 - Motion/Order to Appear Pro Hac Vice: (Please use use this form if you are moving for the PHV admission of another attorney -- not admitted to the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.)
NOTE: Electronic filing is required in the Southern District of Indiana. When appearing pro hac vice, please submit an ECF Registration Form and review the court's E-Filing Resources for more information.
Certificate of Good Standing:
An attorney's "Certificate of Good Standing" and, if needed, a "Statement of Discipline" may be requested through the Clerk's Office.
Mail or fax the request, along with an $18 fee, to:
U.S. District Court
Clerk's Office, Room 105
46 East Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 229-3959 FAX