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pro hac vice Line breaks: pro hac vice
Pronunciation: /ˌprəʊ hɑːk ˈvʌɪsi/

Definition of pro hac vice in English:

adverb

For or on this occasion only: it is unfortunate that she, pro hac vice, has had to fall back on a minor poet
More example sentences
  • At least one member has to be a local lawyer - and he'll have to ask the judge to admit (pro hac vice) any colleagues who come in from another state.
  • Andrew C. Kimbrell, pro hac vice, argued the cause for appellees.

Origin

Latin.

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