Wednesday, December 05, 2007

LES Launches Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) Program

The Licensing Executive Society has created a Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) certification, which is is a professional designation intended to distinguish those who have demonstrated "experience, proficiency, knowledge and understanding of licensing and commercialization of intellectual property through involvement in patenting, marketing, negotiation, legal, and intellectual asset management."

The goal of the CLP program is to elevate the licensing profession by establishing a standard of knowledge that will differentiate professionals that have taken the steps necessary to become certified.

To become a CLP, a candidate must: (1) Satisfy the CLP Standards which includes passing a written examination, (2) Submit the CLP application, and (3) Pay an application fee.

To qualify, candidates must possess a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited university, and have at least 3 years of professional level experience involving the development, use,
transfer, marketing, and/or management of intellectual property within the prior 8 years.

For more information, see the LES website (link)

See LES Power-Point presentation on the CLP program (link)

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