Elizabeth Livingston is trial counsel in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania's Office of Disciplinary Counsel, District II. She brings her extensive litigation and conflict-management experience to bear on investigating and evaluating claims of attorney misconduct, and she collaborates with auditors, investigators, Counsel-In-Charge, and Deputy and Chief Disciplinary Counsel to prosecute ethics charges and recommend discipline relating to an attorney's license to practice law within The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Ms. Livingston regularly coordinates with other jurisdictions governing the practice of law, the judiciary, and federal and state organizations in connection with her work as Disciplinary Counsel.
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
820 Adams Avenue
Trooper, PA 19403
Areas of Practice
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Class Action/Complex Litigation
Labor & Employment Law
State & Local Government
Elizabeth serves as a volunteer on the Planning Committee for Preakness at the Piazza, an event that benefits the National MS Society, and with Philadelphia Diner en Blanc, an organization that celebrates Philadelphia’s historic spaces and embraces spontaneity with a pop-up picnic. Elizabeth is a graduate of Young Involved Philadelphia’s Nonprofit Board Prep Program and the Forum of Executive Women’s 2016 Mentoring Circle Program.
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