Morris talks about her changing perspectives on her experiences while working in Iraq with the International Human Rights Law Institute from February 2004 to Jan 1, 2006. The contract was initially proposed as a three-year plan to help Iraqi law schools overcome the effects of more than twenty years of economic, physical, and intellectual isolation. The complete project included a program for clinical legal education, curriculum reform, rule of law, and library and educational technology. Accomplishing this in three geographically dispersed schools was a logical plan, but a very ambitious one. As the security situation and travel restrictions worsened, and as funding was withdrawn for the second and third years, all aspects of the program suffered. She tells that as she left Iraq, she felt that the library program had been a very narrow success.
Kelmor, Kimberli Morris, "The Spirit of Law Librarianship: Legal Education Reform in Iraq" (2009). Law Library Faculty Works. 4.
This article was published at DTTP, Documents to the People 37(2): 4.