32 CFR 150.8 - Qualification of counsel.

§ 150.8 Qualification of counsel.

(a)All counsel. Counsel in any case before the Court shall be a member in good standing of the bar of a Federal Court, the highest court of a State or another recognized bar.

(b)Military counsel. Assigned appellate defense and appellate government counsel shall, in addition, be qualified in accordance with Articles 27(b)(1) and 70(a), Uniform Code of Military Justice.

(c)Admission. Each Court may license counsel to appear before it. Otherwise, upon entering an appearance, counsel shall be deemed admitted pro hac vice, subject to filing a certificate setting forth required qualifications if directed by the Court.

(d)Suspension. No counsel may appear in any proceeding before the Court while suspended from practice by the Judge Advocate General of the service concerned.

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