Pro hac vice attorneys, in-house counsel, and multijurisdictional practitioners attorneys are subject to the same requirements as licensed members of the New Jersey Bar under a number of Court Rules. Among these are the requirements to pay the annual assessment. The Supreme Court has entered an Order declaring ineligible in New Jersey those pro hac vice attorneys, in-house counsel, and multijurisdictional practitioners not in compliance with the 2012 annual assessment. Those Orders and the associated Ineligible Lists follow. The last known contact address is given in each list; please contact the Fund if you have knowledge of a more current mailing address.
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