April Exam Administration Window Extended
In light of the COVID19 pandemic and its effects throughout the world, the CLP Board of Governors has extended the April examination window to July 31, 2020. Eligible candidates may take the certification exam up to July 31 through live-online proctoring (at the candidate's home or office) or at a Scantron test center (as availability allows).
The following revised timelines apply:
Application deadline: 7 business days prior to the desired test date or July 23, 2020, 11:59pm EST, whichever comes first
Scheduling deadline: 2 days prior to the desired testing appointment or July 29, 2020, 11:59pm EST, whichever comes first
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CLP Exam Information
The CLP credential is relevant for those who are focused on the multi-disciplinary aspects of licensing and are in the professional development phase of their licensing career. The certification is available to those who have received a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited university and have at least three years of professional experience in the licensing field. The CLP program is not limited to LES members.
Chances are that you are an ideal candidate to for the CLP certification program. To help you decide if the CLP credential is the right step for you, review the list below. If you can check off all of these items, you may be ready to take the exam.
I have at least three years of experience in the licensing industry.
I have a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited university.
I am currently employed in the licensing field or have been employed in the field within the last 12 months.
I want to earn a credential that demonstrates my experience and proficiency in the licensing and commercialization of intellectual property.
Take the next step in your career today by applying for the CLP exam. We encourage you to apply early to allow time to study for the exam.
Licensing includes identification, valuation, development, use, transfer, marketing, and/or management of intellectual property for commercial purposes. Certified Licensing Professionals are people of good ethical reputation who subscribe to the CLP Rules of Conduct and who in business or professional activities have significant Licensing responsibility. Licensing professionals work in a variety of settings, including health care; high tech; chemicals, energy, and materials; financial markets; consumer products; and university, research organizations, and government; and as service providers to the above.