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De Haas earned her bachelor’s degree at Hunter College in 1923, her master’s degree and a doctorate at Columbia University in 1925 and in 1939, respectively. She also studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science from 1926 to 1927.
De Haas began her career as a tutor and instructor at Hunter College in 1924, and moved to Brooklyn College in 1930, retiring from that position in 1963 with the rank of associate professor of political science. As a writer, she wrote one book, Antiquities of Bail: Origin and Historical Development in Criminal Cases to the Year 1275 (1940), and edited and translated another volume, Early Registers of Writs, with G. D. G. Hall (1970). She also contributed widely to the professional journals in her field.