Fees and Filing Deadlines
Initial Application Fee
Rule 14-806 of the Utah Supreme Court’s Rules of Professional Practice requires a $425.00 fee per pro hac vice applicant per case.
Rule 14-806(n) states that lawyers admitted pro hac vice in Utah must pay an annual fee of $425 on or before the anniversary month of the filing of the lawyer’s initial pro hac vice application with the Bar. Failure to renew may result suspension of pro hac vice admission and a $50 late fee for renewal.
Fee exemptions are available for: (1) attorneys who are employees of and representing the United States of America or any of its departments or agencies; and (2) attorneys representing indigent clients on a pro bono basis. (For the latter category, click here for an affidavit which the applicant needs to complete, sign, have signature notarized and attach to original application.)
Class Action Lawsuits
If you have a class action lawsuit or multiple-related cases which will be consolidated, please contact the Bar’s General Counsel regarding fees.