Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc.

Elevating the Licensing Profession Through Knowledge and Standards


“By leveraging the strengths of the CLP program, my experience is that companies find they can engage a broader customer base with a more deeply informed employee talent pool, and individuals find they are able to take on increased responsibility and create new career opportunities for themselves by augmenting their current expertise.”

- Dan Quirk, CLP

Exam References Listed by Domain

To assist you in preparing for the CLP Exam, view the CLP Exam References Listed by Domain.

The Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) examination is based on current knowledge of theory and practice of licensing, a broad field comprised of several distinct sub-specialties, as reflected by the five distinct domains of subject matter expertise, not all of which may be readily familiar to each and every otherwise qualified applicant.  Licensing is a dynamic, ever-changing field in which the rapid growth of technology, changes in applicable laws and regulations and changing precedents and practices informed by case law underscore the need for all applicants, even those who have been practicing in the field for several years, to actively prepare for the examination. 

The reference list, although not comprehensive, is provided to help in preparing for the examination.  Additional information of relevance to the examination may be found on the websites of organizations such as the Licensing Executives Society (LES) and the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM). 

Listing of such resources does not constitute an endorsement by CLP. CLP shall not be responsible for any errors or misstatements contained in any such reference. The listing of such references does not constitute a guarantee by CLP that all the information provided by such references is accurate, complete and up-to-date, or that the correct answer to any given question in any given CLP examination may be found within one of the listed resources. Any perceived inconsistency between what is contained in any one or more of the resources provided and the “correct” answer to a question which may appear in a CLP examination shall not, under any circumstances, constitute grounds for appeal of the outcome of any given examination.


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