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Pro Hac Vice Attorney Portal

The Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility's Pro Hac Vice Attorney Portal allows attorneys not licensed in the state of Tennessee to login, review, and even update some of their Pro Hac Vice registration information online.

Some frequently asked questions are listed below. To see an answer, click on the question. Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Portal Support.

  • I'm licensed in Tennessee. Do I need to create an online account on the Pro Hac Vice Attorney Portal?
  • How do I create an online account?
  • I've forgotten my password. How can I retrieve it?
  • I'm registering on the Pro Hac Vice Portal, but my state does not issue a License ID. What should I do?
  • I'm licensed in more than one state? Which one should I enter while registering on the Pro Hac Vice Attorney Portal?
  • Can I enter more than one email address when I register?
  • How do I log in to the Pro Hac Vice Attorney Portal?
  • I've logged into the Pro Hac Vice Attorney Portal, now what?
  • I've mistyped my name or License ID but cannot change it on the Pro Hac Vice Attorney Portal. What should I do?
  • When I enter an address and press save, my address changes. Why?
  • How do I pay my registration fee?
  • How can I change my password?
  • According to Rule 19 of the Supreme Court of Tennessee, I must provide the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility the full name or style of the case(s) for which I am seeking admission Pro Hac Vice. How can I do that?
  • I am no longer working on a case shown in my Case Participation History. What should I do?
  • Once I’ve created a Case Participation, how do I submit the required paperwork?
  • I accidentally created a Case Participation. How can I delete it?
  • When I change my email address in the portal and click save, the next time I log in it still shows my old email address. Why?
  • My business partner and I share an email address. How can we both login to the Attorney Portal?
  • How can I pay my fees?

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