Master's Theses

Department

Advanced Education Programs

Degree Name

Education Specialist (Ed.S)

Abstract

The problem of this study is the collation of facts and legal decisions essential to an understanding of the historical development of the concept of privileged communication and its implications for school counselors. For many years, lawyers, physicians, and clergyman have been, in most states, protected by "privileged communication" by the nature of their professional services. Privilege has been held to be a matter of statute, and the general rule is that there is no privilege in the absence of statute.

Advisor

Emerald Dechant

Date of Award

Summer 1964

Document Type

Thesis - campus only access

Rights

© 1964 Cleda Rambo McCullough

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