SLC Announces Special Feature At Conference

CLC to provide one on one consultation for solicitors interested in switching regulation.

With a growing number of solicitor firms expressing an interest in moving to the regulation of the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC), the Society of Licensed Conveyancers (SLC) has added a special feature to its Conference on 13th November in Derby.

The CLC will be available in a specially designated private room to speak to any parties interested in the concept of switching regulator. Those interested will be able to book a session with CLC experts at no additional cost as well as engage with members of the SLC Board who can provide first-hand feedback on operating as Licensed Conveyancers.

Val Holmes, Chairperson of the SLC said ‘with an ever increasing number of solicitor firms switching their regulation to the CLC, and many others expressing a real interest in the concept, the Society wants to play an active role in helping these firms learn more about what is involved. There are many SLC members who have made the switch, including a number of our Board members, and we can offer practical advice and guidance on what it entails and what the benefits are of doing so.

Stephen Ward Director of Strategy and External Relations at the CLC commented ‘we are delighted to have this opportunity to engage first-hand with property or probate specialists that may have an interest in knowing more about CLC regulation and whether it is right for their practice. The 30th Anniversary Conference of the SLC seems like a very appropriate event to build further awareness of what the CLC offers as a specialist regulator.’

Anyone interested to know more, or wishing to book a place at the Conference, and a slot with the CLC to meet one-on-one, should contact [email protected]

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