Pro hac vice in New York?

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Pro hac vice in New York?

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:44 am

I'm an out-of-state lawyer who was hired by a public defender office in New York. I don't meet the 5 of 7 years rule to waive in. Does anyone have any insight on options I have for practicing? I'm assuming I need to take the July bar, and I think I'll be able to apply for admission pro hac vice while results are pending? Is that right? The pro hac vice rules are confusing to me.

Appreciate the help!

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