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Admission to the Virgin Islands Bar

The Supreme Court governs the admission of all attorneys to the Virgin Islands Bar. The membership of the Virgin Islands Bar consists of the following three (3) categories of attorneys:

Pro Hac Vice Admissions 

Attorneys are admitted to the Virgin Islands Bar pursuant to the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 201

Special Admissions

Attorneys are specially admitted to the Virgin Islands Bar pursuant to the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 202.

Regular Admissions

Attorneys are admitted to the Virgin Islands Bar pursuant to the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 204. 


Prior to admissions to the Virgin Islands Bar, all individuals desiring to practice law in the Virgin Islands Bar should familiarize themselves with the Rules of the Supreme Court, including, but not limited to the rules which govern professional responsibility, discipline, and establish membership status. 

All questions regarding Bar Admissions should be directed to the Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands.

Membership Dues 

Membership year runs January through December. Click here for Order of the Court granting the approval of change in annual dues structure, effective January 1, 2014. Each fall dues renewals are sent to member contact information on file. Payment is due by December 1st, after-which late fees are accessed. Please keep your member profile and contact information current. 

Newly Admitted Attorney - $75

Active Attorney - $300

Inactive Attorney - $150

Special Admission - $225 

Pro Hac Vice Attorney - $75

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