- This is used almost exclusively when referring to an attorney temporarily allowed to practice in a certain court.
- (law) For a specific case or action.
- This is used almost exclusively when referring to temporarily allowing an attorney to practice in a certain court.
pro hac vice - Legal Definition
For this one purpose or occasion. The allowing of something not usually allowed, usually referring to an attorney who normally could not practice in a certain jurisdiction, but is allowed to just for one case.