Graduate Adjunct Faculty, Business
Phone: (603) 535-2281
Constance Morrison is an attorney and international speaker on health care law and ethics. She worked with nurses and police officers on forensic health care issues in South Africa after Nelson Mandela’s release from prison, and also with families and rescue workers after the Egypt Air plane crash into the sea near Nantucket Island when she was deployed by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Morrison is well known for her work in Massachusetts with veterans on a variety of health care and legal matters. Morrison has served on a number of ethics committees and lectures on all nursing specialties. She has published more than a dozen peer-reviewed articles on nursing and the law. Currently, her research involves a study on legal education and liabilities for professional nursing.
Degrees and Education
- JD, New England School of Law
- MBA, Anna Maria College
- MS, Fitchburg State College
- BS, Fitchburg State College