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 four (4) categories of attorneys:
Hac Vice Admissions - Attorneys
are admitted to the Virgin Islands Bar pursuant to the provisions of Supreme
Court Rule 201.
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
Admissions - Attorneys regularly admitted to
practice pursuant to prior versions of Rule 204 are deemed members of the bar
of the Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands.
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 that establish membership status and the mandatory continuing
legal education; and the Rules which govern professional responsibility,
discipline, and the Bylaws of the Virgin Islands Bar Association.
All questions regarding bar admissions should be directed to the Director of
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Director of Bar Admissions
P.O. Box 590
St. Thomas, VI 00804
161B Crown Bay
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, VI 00802