The Council for Licensed Conveyancers is holding an event which is to focus on key changes in the legal services market.
The seminars will be held in October at three venues across England & Wales — Cambridge, Cardiff and Leeds and will offer an opportunity for licensed conveyancers and anyone with an interest in the regulation of legal services to hear about and contribute to the CLC’s future plans.
The CLC state that they are committed to full engagement by conveyancing professionals as an important element in their continued delivery of effective regulation.
Topics that will be covered include the CLC’s proposed move to principles based and outcomes focused regulation, an explanation of the key changes to the regulatory fee structure and discussion of their role in the promotion of licensed conveyancers with regards to lenders panels.
There will also be opportunities to ask new members of the Council and senior staff any questions that you may have.
Full details of the seminar agenda, dates and venues can be found on a downloadable invitation available from the CLC website. Attendance for licensed conveyancers and CLC students at this seminar could be extremely beneficial and 1£½ hours CPD will be accredited to licensed conveyancers attending this event. To book your place, e-mail [email protected]
confirming which venue you would like to attend.