International Refugee Assistance Project et al v. Trump et al

Filing 238

MOTION to Appear Pro Hac Vice for Linda B. Evarts (Filing fee $100, receipt number 0416-7040875.) by John Doe #4, John Doe #5, HIAS, Inc., International Refugee Assistance Project, Jane Doe # 2, John Does 1 & 3, Muhammed Meteab, Middle East Studies Association of North America, Inc.(Cox, Justin)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE ASSISTANCE PROJECT, et al., * Plaintiff, * Case No. 17-cv-00361-TDC v. * DONALD TRUMP, et al., Defendant. * MOTION FOR ADMISSION PRO HAC VICE I, Justin B. Cox , am a member in good standing of the bar of this Court. I am moving the admission of Linda B. Evarts to appear pro hac vice in this case as counsel for Plaintiffs . We certify that: 1. The proposed admittee is not a member of the Maryland bar and does not maintain any law office in Maryland 2. The proposed admittee is a member in good standing of the bars of the following State Courts and/or United States Courts: State Court & Date of Admission U.S. Court & Date of Admission New York - March 2014 3. During the twelve months immediately preceding this motion, the proposed admittee 0 has been admitted pro hac vice in this Court ____________ times. 4. The proposed admittee has never been disbarred, suspended, or denied admission to practice law in any jurisdiction. (NOTE: If the proposed admittee has been disbarred, suspended, or denied admission to practice law in any jurisdiction, then he/she must submit a statement fully explaining all relevant facts.) 5. The proposed admittee is familiar with the Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, and the Local Rules of this Court, and understands he/she shall be subject to the disciplinary jurisdiction of this Court. PHVMotion (09/2016) Page 1 of 2

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