Complete the application and follow the Attorney Admission Procedures located on the website of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia.
LBR 2090-1 Admission of Attorneys
(a) Any attorney who is admitted to the bar of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia pursuant to Rule LR 83.3 of the District Local Rules for Attorneys is admitted to the bar of the Bankruptcy Court.
(b) Any attorney who is not admitted pursuant to subparagraph (a) shall be permitted to appear and participate in a bankruptcy case or proceeding only upon compliance with Rule LR 83.4 of the District Local Rules for Attorneys, and payment of the prescribed fee for admission pro hac vice as set from time to time by the District Court.
LR 83.3 Procedure for Admission
(a) Each applicant for admission to the bar of this Court shall file with the Clerk a written petition, on the form provided by the Clerk, setting forth his residence and office address, and the other courts to which he has been admitted to practice. The petition shall be signed by two members in good standing of the bar of this Court who recommend his admission.
(b) The Clerk shall furnish each petitioner with a set of instructions on the procedure for admission in the particular division of the Court where the petition is filed. A petition in the proper form will be presented to a judge of this Court. The petitioner will make suitable arrangements thereafter with the Clerk for his appearance and admission in open court or in chambers in accordance with the Court's instructions.
(c) When a petition is called, one of the members of the bar of this Court shall move the admission of the petitioner. When admitted, the petitioner shall take an oath in the following form:
I do solemnly swear or affirm that I will support the Constitution of the United States; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the government of the United States; that I will maintain the respect due to the courts of justice and judicial offices; that I will well and faithfully discharge my duties as an attorney and officer of this Court; and that I will demean myself uprightly and according to the law and the recognized standards of ethics of the legal profession. So help me God.
(d) The petitioner, after taking the foregoing oath, will then sign the roll of attorneys in the division where admitted and will pay to the Clerk the prescribed enrollment fee.