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More than 800 individuals involved in patenting, marketing, valuation, intellectual property (IP) law, negotiation, and intellectual asset management have earned the CLP certification. Start your CLP journey today.
Why Should You Earn the CLP Certification?
Earning the CLP credential:
The CLP Vision
To become a CLP, a candidate must:
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CLP Testing Windows
The CLP examination is offered during two, month-long windows (April and October) each year. Review the Candidate Handbook for more information on the application deadlines.
CLP Exam Review Course
LES (U.S.A. & Canada) offers a great one-day course that will prepare you for the CLP certification exam. Learn about the course here.
CLP Recertification Requirements
The continuing competence of certified licensing professionals is a major interest of the CLP, Inc. Certified Licensing Professionals (CLPs) are required to demonstrate continued competence in their field to maintain their certification status. The CLP credential is granted for a three-year period. To maintain the credential, candidates must earn at least 40 hours of continuing education (CE) during the three-year certification period. Credit can be earned through a variety of activities such as speaking at industry events, participating in industry events, writing, full-time employment, etc.
CLP Continuing Education Credits
All LES Professional Development Courses are eligible for earning CLP Continuing Education credits for certification renewal.
For more information about the CLP program visit www.licensingcertification.org.