The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) is the specialist regulator of property law services in England and Wales and require two Professional Panel Members to join the small team that makes disciplinary determinations and hears appeals against regulatory decisions taken by the CLC.
Established by the Administration of Justice Act 1985, the CLC is an Approved Regulator under the Legal Services Act 2007 and is subject to the oversight regulation of the Legal Services Board.
The CLC regulates Practices and Licensed Conveyancers and probate practitioners in the provision of reserved legal activities and other non-reserved functions (including will writing). The CLC is also a licensing authority authorised to license and regulate Alternative Business Structures.
As a result of their terms of office coming to an end shortly the CLC is seeking to appoint two Professional Members for its Adjudication Panel. The Panel makes its determinations independent of the CLC.
Key Information – Professional Panel Members
Overview of the responsibilities
To be considered for the role of Professional Panel Member you will need to fulfil the following criteria:-
The CLC are looking for a diverse range of individuals to serve as Chair, Professional and Lay Panel Members. Interested in professionals looking for a new challenge, and who are effective at listening, questioning, and decision-making. The CLC would particularly like to encourage applications from all diverse members of community and society.
You can see the job description here
Please email your CV to email@example.com, applications must be received by Monday 25th March 2019