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1st US Circuit Court of Appeals
Boston, Mass.
Applicants submit information regarding other bar admission. Verification is discretionary.

2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals
New York, NY
The clerk’s office reviews applicant’s materials. .

3rd US Circuit Court of Appeals
Philadelphia, Pa.
A certificate of good standing from applicant’s state of licensure is required.

4th US Circuit Court of Appeals
Richmond, Va.
Admission to the 4th Circuit Bar is required. The clerk verifies the applicant’s information.

5th Circuit US Court of Appeals
New Orleans, La.
Admission to the 5th Circuit Bar is required. A certificate of good standing from applicant’s state of licensure is required.

6th US Circuit Court of Appeals
Cincinnati, Ohio
Admission to the 6th Circuit bar is required. A certificate of good standing from applicant’s state of licensure is required.

7th US Circuit Court of Appeals
Chicago, Ill.
Motion for pro hac vice admission filed with the court. The circuit relies on applicant’s honesty. No independent verification is made.

8th US Circuit Court of Appeals
St. Louis, Mo.
Admission to the 8th Circuit bar is required. Applicants must be sponsored by another member of the bar. The sponsor’s qualifications are checked; the applicant’s are not.

9th US Circuit Court of Appeals
San Francisco, Calif.
Qualifications of attorneys who seek admittance are verified when applicant is scheduled to participate in oral arguments.

10th US Circuit Court of Appeals
Denver, Colo.
Applicants must have a sponsor and a certificate of good standing from the state where they are licensed.

11th US Circuit Court of Appeals
Atlanta, Ga.
Applicants provide a certificate of good standing from state of licensure.

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