The CLC has regulated licensed
conveyancers in England and Wales for over 25 years.
More recently we have extended our regulatory expertise
to cover other legal services including probate and
Alternative Business Structures.
Our mission is to protect the public
interest, provide consumer choice and to promote
effective competition in the legal services market. We
do so by setting entry standards and regulating
providers to deliver high quality, accessible legal
Whether you have experience within the property legal
sector, or are looking for a change of career, the CLC
qualification provides access to an exciting and
rewarding career in property conveyancing as a licensed
4th March 2014: Council
for Licensed Conveyancers facilitates creation of a new apprenticeship
The Council for Licensed Conveyancers is facilitating a group of employers to develop a new apprenticeship in conveyancing as part of this second wave. The apprenticeship will become the national standard for conveyancing apprenticeships.<Read more.>
29th January 2014: CLC seeks three new Council Members
The Council for Licensed Conveyancers is looking for new members of our governing Council who can help us move the organisation forward. <Read more.>
11th December 2013: Reeve Fisher & Sands (Partnership)
The CLC intervened into the practice of Reeve Fisher & Sands on 11 December 2013. <Read more.>
20th November 2013: Hempsted Property & Probate Lawyers
The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) intervened in Hempsted Property & Probate Lawyers of 12 Queensberry Road, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 9AU on Wednesday 20th November 2013.
We would like to assure existing clients of Hempsted Property & Probate Lawyers that the CLC is working to ensure that outstanding conveyancing transactions can proceed with minimal inconvenience. If you have any queries, please contact the CLC at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01245 349599.