(a) Admission to practice in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama will constitute admission to practice before this Court. Members of this Court's bar must comply with all requirements of the applicable Local Rule of the District Court for the Northern District of Alabama regarding admission, and such rule is incorporated by reference into this Rule, except as otherwise provided herein.
(b) Any attorney who is not a member of the bar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama may seek pro hac vice admission to the Bankruptcy Court if admitted to the United States District Court for the district in which (or before the highest court in the state in which) such person resides or regularly practices law. The request for admission may be made by motion filed with the Bankruptcy Court in the applicable proceeding and payment of the prescribed fee to the United States District Court. An attorney admitted to appear pursuant to this Rule is deemed to have submitted to the Bankruptcy Court’s disciplinary jurisdiction.
(c) As long as the matters, proceedings, cases and appearances are within the Bankruptcy Court, unless a judge of this Court orders otherwise, Local Counsel is not required as otherwise provided by the Local Rules of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. If, however, the reference is withdrawn, an appeal is filed or there is any appearance for any purpose in the District Court, then an attorney admitted pro hac vice shall comply with that Court’s Rule requiring local counsel.