A major advancement for the profession of counseling supervision in the area of legal and ethical considerations occurred in 1993, when the ACES Executive Council endorsed the Ethical Guidelines for Counseling Supervisors (Hart, Borders, Nance, & Paradise, 1995; see Appendix C, this volume). Originally created and recommended by the ACES Supervision Interest Network, these guidelines were the first formalized set of ethical standards developed solely with the counselor educator or counseling supervisor in mind. Although ACES currently does not review complaints regarding alleged noncompliance with these guidelines, the association offers the 1993 document as a means to assist counseling supervisors in their everyday practice of supervision.