Co-Counsel | Local Counsel
LaszloLaw often serves as Colorado local counsel and co-counsel, and assists out-of-state lawyers in gaining pro hac vice admission to Colorado courts. We are experienced litigators and regularly act as Colorado local co-counsel for out-of-state counsel litigating matters in Colorado state and federal courts. Having trusted and experienced co-counsel with the experience and knowledge of the Colorado local rules, practices and procedures, judges, juries, and customs is critical to success.
We also assist out-of-state counsel to gain pro hac vice admission to various Colorado state courts.
Colorado Local Counsel and Pro Hac Vice – State Courts
- Colorado District Courts
- Colorado Court of Appeals
- Colorado Supreme Court
Pro Hac Vice admission to Colorado state courts requires a filing of a verified motion and affidavit for the applicant attorney and a fee of $300.00. We will help you draft the pro hac vice motion and file it with the appropriate Colorado courts.
Colorado Local Counsel and Pro Hac Vice – Federal Courts
Pro hac vice admission to the United States District Court for the District of Colorado is not the same as admission to Colorado state courts. The Colorado Federal Court does not accept pro hac vice applications. Attorneys seeking to practice before the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado must become members of the bar by completing an Application for Admission to the Bar of the USDC Colorado Federal Court.
If you are involved in a lawsuit and need Colorado local counsel, our Boulder litigation lawyers will help you. Contact our Boulder civil litigation attorneys today. LaszloLaw is a Boulder law firm that provides counsel on a wide range of legal needs including litigation. Contact our Boulder lawyers online or at 303-926-0410 to discuss your Colorado local counsel and pro hac vice needs.
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