Doug Liman—director of such movies as The Bourne Identity—produced a short film about the career of his father, Arthur Liman. The film looks at Arthur Liman’s career, his commitments to public service, and how the Arthur Liman Public Interest Program and Fund at Yale Law School came into being.
Liman debuted the film March 1 during a gathering at Yale Law School to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the Arthur Liman professorship, held by Judith Resnik, and of the program that has developed over that time.
Speaking in the video is Valerie Diker, a longtime friend of Liman family and supporter of the Liman Program.
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