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Applying to become a CLC Technician

CLC Legal Technician applicants must have successfully achieved:

  • the CLC/SQA Level 4 Diploma in Conveyancing Law and Practice or Probate Law and Practice, or equivalent CLC accredited units; and
  • six months work experience in relevant employment; in a conveyancing or probate practice, legal firm, or organisation offering conveyancing or probate services to the public.

Applicants must submit to

  1. a Conveyancing Technician application form or a Probate Technician application form including your statement of relevant work experience;
  2. a certified copy of photographic ID, such as a Passport or a Photographic Driving Licence; and
  3. certified copies of all educational certificates and transcripts.

There is no registration fee.

Once your application has been approved, our Trainee Lawyer Team will send you an email with your CLC Technician Reference Number. Technicians will be removed from the national directory automatically when they are approved for their CLC Qualifying Conveyancing or Probate Licence and become Licensed Conveyancer or Licensed Probate Practitioner.