Assistant Law Librarian, Reference and Assistant Director of the Law Library
J.D., Indiana University
M.L.S., Indiana University
B.A., Baylor University
After earning her master’s in library science, Kimberli Kelmor was an ALA/USIA Library Fellow in the East African School of Library and Information Science at Makerere University in Uganda. She has served as an electronic services and/or reference librarian in numerous law schools throughout the United States, including the California Western School of Law, George Washington University Law School, and the University of Maryland.
Before joining Penn State, she was a corrections librarian in the Baltimore County Detention Center where she managed the library and developed its collection, programs, and services. She is a former program director of the International Human Rights Law Institute at the DePaul University College of Law where she administered the Institute’s Iraqi Legal Education Reform Program.
Looking Back on a Law Library Development Project in Iraq, DttP [Documents to the People] 37(2) (forthcoming).
The Spirit of Law Librarianship: Legal Education Reform in Iraq, in The Spirit of Librarianship: a Reader (2d ed. comp. by Roy M. Mersky & Richard A. Leiter, 2005).
"American law reports," for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, Minneapolis, MN, Center (1999).