Admission of Attorneys Pro Hac Vice is covered under Local Civil Rule 83.2 which states in part:
Any attorney who is eligible for admission to the bar of this Court may, in the discretion of a judge of this Court, be granted temporary admission to practice in a pending case. Attorneys requesting such admission are required to apply for Pro Hac Vice status in PACER prior to Court approval. Local counsel shall file a Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice, paying the application fee online using Pay.gov during the docketing process. A Request for Admission Pro Hac Vice completed by the attorney requesting PHV status, should be attached as an exhibit to the Motion for PHV. Use the Application for PHV form provided by the Court Clerk’s office.
An Attorney who has previously been approved to practice Pro Hac Vice in the Eastern District of Oklahoma does not need to re-apply for subsequent PHV appearances through PACER; however, local counsel for the requesting attorney must file a Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice in each new case in which the requesting attorney seeks to appear. A completed Application for Admission - PHV should be attached to every Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice
Also see Local Counsel Requirements.