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(1) In General. An attorney who is licensed by the highest court of a state, but who is not admitted to practice in the Western District of Texas, may represent a party in this Court pro hac vice by permission of the judge presiding. Admission to practice is limited to the particular case or adversary proceeding for which it is approved; it is not a general admission to practice before the Bankruptcy Court or the District Court. An attorney admitted pro hac vice must read and comply with the Local Court Rules for the Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas. By appearing in any case, an attorney becomes subject to the rules of this Court.

(2) Procedure. An attorney seeking admission pro hac vice must use the form of motion and order prescribed by the Court, which may be found on the Court’s website at: Official Forms - Western District of Texas

(3) The motion may be filed ex parte.