R. Lee Livingston
Lee Livingston is a partner at Livingston Law Group. He practices civil litigation, personal injury law, medical malpractice and defamation law. He formerly owned his own law firm in Charlottesville. He served as president of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association from 2017-2018. He is a State Bar Council representative for the 16th District and former chair of the Virginia State Bar Litigation Section Board of Governors and the Virginia State Bar Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board. He serves on the Supreme Court of Virginia’s Model Jury Instruction Committee and has served on the Virginia Supreme Court’s Appellate Rules Advisory Committee and Electronic Filing Study Committee. He is a member of the Boyd-Graves Conference. Livingston is co-author of Evidence of the Trial Lawyer, published by Matthew-Bender (Lexis) and VTLA.
- J.D.College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law1993
- B.A.College of William and Mary1990
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