(a) In general. - Subject to subsections (b) and (c) of this section, on a motion filed as required by rules adopted by the Court of Appeals, a court may grant special admission to practice law in a particular case to an individual who is:
(1) admitted to the bar of another state; and
(2) employed by a party in the case before:
(i) a court or other unit of the State government; or
(ii) a unit of a political subdivision of the State.
(b) Granting authority. - A special admission to practice law may be granted only:
(1) by the court hearing the case for which an individual requests the special admission; or
(2) if the case is before a unit other than a court, by:
(i) the circuit court for the county where the unit has its principal office; or
(ii) any circuit court to which the case may be appealed.
(c) Scope of special admission. - An individual may practice law under this section only in connection with the case for which the special admission is granted.
(d) Disciplinary proceedings. - An individual who practices law under this section is subject to disciplinary proceedings as the Maryland Rules provide.