Phoebe Morrison Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Vassar College, 1924. Bachelor of Laws, George Washington University, 1927. Juris Scientiae Doctor, Yale, 1928.
Carnegie fellow international law, 1927-1928. Research assistant to Honorary John B. Moore, 1928-1930, to Edwin Borchard, 1930-1942 (rank of assistant professor, 1937-1939, associate professor, 1939-1942. Admitted to Connecticut bar, 1931.
Trial justice, probate judge, Killingworth, Connecticut, 1939-1944. District rationing officer O.P.A., Hartford, Connecticut, 1942-1943. Special assistant to director research and analysis Office of Strategic Services, 1943-1945.
Executive secretary, director.
Research Foundation for Foreign Affairs, Washington, 1945-1948. International relations associate American Association U. Women, 1948-1951. Associate professor, 1952-1960, professor government, 1960-1967, executive officer, department government Barnard College, 1952-1956, 59-65, senior fellow Yale Law School, 1958-1959.
Staff Middlesex Community College, Connecticut, 1967-1968.
Member American Society International Law, American Political Science Association, American Academy Political Science, Order of Coif, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Delta Delta.