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A civil case is in progress in the UK. Someone involved in the case as an interested party wants to make a motion about it, but is a US citizen living in the US.

Should they get a lawyer at home in the US, or should they get one in the UK jurisdiction where the case is being handled?

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    This is not a request for specific advice. It's about hiring a lawyer, which is exactly what people are supposed to do.
    – Someone
    Jan 10, 2023 at 5:27

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They should get a lawyer in the UK jurisdiction where the case is being handled. To file a motion in a case pending before a tribunal one needs to be admitted to the practice of law before that tribunal.

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