Dual and cross qualifying Professionals. Qualified lawyers and STEP Probate Practitioners
In order to apply for a first qualifying CLC licence there are no further educational requirements. However, ALL dual and cross qualifying professionals must provide evidence of their past passed electives (conveyancing or probate) and are required to complete and submit with their application a Statement of Practical Experience, for 1200 hours, signed and verified by an Authorised Person (with the appropriate practise rights), with a current and valid licence.
Qualified lawyers and STEP Probate Practitioners should email firstname.lastname@example.org and include in the subject heading: ‘Dual/Cross qualifying applicant: CLC licence enquiry’, attaching the below:
If you are unable to fulfil either the educational or work experience requirements please also contact the CLC Licensing team by email at email@example.com and include in the subject heading: ‘Dual/Cross qualifying applicant: CLC licence enquiry’.
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