Utah Coalition of La Raza et al v. Herbert et al
NOTICE OF REQUIREMENTS for appearance phv mailed to attorney Linton Joaquin, Karen Tumlin and Shiu-Ming Cheer (tls)
United States District Court
District of Utah
D. M ark Jones
Clerk of Court
Louise S. York
Chief Deputy Clerk
May 3, 2011
Karen C. Tumlin
NATIONAL IMMIGRATION LAW CENTER
3435 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2850
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Utah Coalition of La Raza et al. V. Herbert et al.
Counsel for: Plaintiff
Our records indicate that you are not a member of the bar of this court. You must become
an active member of the bar of this court or be admitted pro hac vice in order to appear in this
court, in the above-entitled case.
Enclosed you will find the application form which is required under our local rules of
practice. You must associate local counsel to submit a motion for pro hac vice admission, your
application, the fee and a proposed order. You will not be added to the case to receive notice
until the order of the court has been signed and docketed. Please make copies of the application
and submit one for each attorney to be admitted. An electronic filing registration form is attached
for submission to the court.
You may contact the attorney registration clerk at 801-524-6100 with any questions
which you may have.
D. Mark Jones, Clerk
350 South Main Street•Salt Lake City, Utah 84101•(801)524-6100•www.utd.uscourts.gov
Admission Pro Hac Vice
Instructions and Forms
Attorneys who are not members of this Court’s Bar may practice before this Court only
after having been admitted pro hac vice pursuant to DU.Civ. Rule 83-1.1 (d). Non-resident
attorneys who wish to be admitted must associate local counsel to sponsor their temporary
admission. Local counsel shall move the admission of the pro hac counsel, and substitute in
court if required. Local Counsel must file the following with the court:
Motion by local counsel for admission of the pro hac vice attorney
This should be filed electronically and the $15.00 fee paid on Pay.gov
Attached to the motion as an exhibit is the completed application for admission
pro hac vice completed by the attorney seeking admission
Also attached as an exhibit should be a proposed order admitting the attorney.
Local counsel shall encourage pro hac vice attorneys to submit their electronic filing
registration form as an exhibit to the application, noting that, if the pro hac vice attorney is a
registered electronic filer in any other federal court, he or she will be given a Utah login and
password upon submission of the application form.
The forms and fees must be paid for each case to which the attorney seeks admission.
Attorneys for the United States from other districts are exempt from the payment of the $15.00
fee but must comply with the other requirements of the rule.
The Clerk’s Office business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mountain
Standard/Mountain Daylight Time. There is a 24-hour/seven-day filing box at the
south Main Street entrance to the building.
Call the Clerk’s Office at 801-524-6100
Visit the court’s web page at http://www.utd.uscourts.gov for basic information
on the court, access to local rules, and downloadable forms.
The Court does not accept faxed filings. Affidavits submitted as separate original
filings must bear an original signature.
The Court mandated electronic filing for all cases on May 1, 2006.
The court will e-mail rather than mail orders, judgments and notices.
Orders for copies of case documents must be prepaid. The Clerk’s Office accepts
MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.
Case dockets are now accessible on the Internet via WebPACER at
http://ecf.utd.uscourts.gov. Charges are based on the number of pages accessed at
$.08 per page. To access it, you must be registered with the Clerk’s office. You
may register online at http://pacer.psc.uscourts.gov or call the PACER Service
Center at 800-676-6856.
Updated: October 4, 2010
Counsel Submitting and Utah State Bar Number
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
District of Utah __________ Division
* Motion for Pro Hac Vice Admission and
* Consent of Local Counsel
* Case No.
Pursuant to D.U. Civ Rule 83-1.1(d), I move the admission of _________________ as pro hac vice
counsel for _________________ ( Plaintiff/Defendant) and consent to serve as local counsel. The application
for pro hac vice admission is attached as exhibit A to this motion, an Electronic Case Filing Registration Form
as exhibit B, and the admission fee, if required, has been paid to the court with the submission of this motion.
Signature of local counsel
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF UTAH
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION PRO HAC VICE
Name of Attorney:
Current bar memberships and date of admission:
Have you ever been the subject of disciplinary action by any bar to which you have been admitted?
____Yes ( provide additional information)
Prior pro hac vice admissions in the District of Utah:
(Attach list of other cases separately if more space is needed.)
I certify that I am a member in good standing of all bars to which I have been admitted. This
certification that the foregoing is true and correct is made under penalty of perjury .
Non resident United States attorneys and attorneys employed by agencies of the federal government are exempt
from the pro hac vice fee. All other attorneys must pay a fee of $15.00 concurrent with this application. This
application must be filed as an attachment to a motion for admission and consent filed by local counsel.
If you have not previously registered for CM/ECF in the District of Utah, please attach a completed
Electronic Case Registration Form with this application to receive your login and password.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF UTAH
ORDER FOR PRO HAC VICE ADMISSION
It appearing to the Court that Petitioner meets the pro hac vice admission requirements of DUCiv
R 83-1.1(d), the motion for the admission pro hac vice of ___________________ in the United States
District Court, District of Utah in the subject case is GRANTED.
Dated: this________day of ____________, 20______.
U.S. District Judge
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF UTAH
ELECTRONIC CASE FILING REGISTRATION FORM
Active members and current pro hac vice members of the District of Utah’s Bar may register for the District of Utah
Electronic Filing System by (i) completing the required training and (ii) signing and returning this form to the Court.
Please review carefully the registration conditions set forth below before signing.
Name - First
Utah State Bar # (if applicable)
City, State, Zip
By signing this form, I understand and consent to the following:
C Pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 5(b)(2)(D), I will receive all items required to be served under Fed.R.Civ.P. 5(a) and
77 (d) and Fed. R. Crim P. 49 by either (i) notice of electronic filing, or (ii) e-mail transmission;
C Such electronic service will constitute service and notice of entry as required by those rules;
C I waive my right to service by USPS mail;
C I will abide by all Court rules, orders, and procedures governing the use of the electronic filing system;
C The combination of user ID and password issued by this Court will serve as the equivalent of my signature when I
file documents using the District of Utah’s electronic filing system;
C I will carefully examine all documents prior to filing them electronically with this Court to either (i) redact
sensitive and private information pursuant to DUCiv R , or (ii) move that the filing be sealed;
C I will secure and protect my Court-issued password against unauthorized use or compromise; and
C I will notify the Clerk of this Court within 24 hours when I (i) have a change of name, firm, address, or e-mail
address to ensure proper and timely service, or (ii) learn that my password has been compromised.
Use these address(es): Primary Email address _______________________________________________
Up to two additional email addresses 1)_______________________________________________________ ,
To receive a login, you must complete one of these four options. Please check appropriate box.
I have attended the CMECF Training for Attorneys given by the Court.
I have completed the CMECF Training for Attorneys given by an in-house trainer in my firm.
I have completed the CMECF Online Computer-Based Training modules on the court website.
I have an ECF account in the Utah Bankruptcy Court or in another Federal District Court.
Please either mail this completed form to: United States District Court, Office of the Clerk, ATTN: CM/ECF
Registration, 350 S. Main St., Suite 150, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
or, Have this form e-filed as an attachment with your Pro Hac Vice application.
After this Court processes this form, you will receive by email or US Mail your user ID and password that will enable
you to access the system. The User Guide and administrative procedures for system use may be downloaded at:
http://www.utd.uscourts.gov/cmecf/ecfpage.html. Please call the Clerk’s Office Help Desk at (801) 524-6851 if you
have questions concerning registration, training, or use of the electronic filing system.
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