Judith Livingston continues to break new ground as a New York personal injury lawyer. Reserved, methodical, and precise, she has been called a “legal legend” by Lawdragon. She has been named to every major list of top attorneys for more than two decades; and she was the youngest attorney and the first woman inducted into the Inner Circle of Advocates, a prestigious organization that honors the top 100 plaintiffs’ trial lawyers in America. She was featured in New York magazine’s “New York’s Women Leaders in the Law” as one of America’s most successful woman litigators.
“The most important advice I can give anyone is to find purpose in the law; purpose that is bigger than yourself. When you put others’ needs ahead of your own, it is also a truly satisfying profession, and one you can be proud of.”
– Judith A. Livingston
For Judy, the areas of law where she has found the most purpose are those that have allowed her to serve as a voice for people in need—namely, medical malpractice and personal injury law. Clients and peers have praised her determined advocacy and significant recoveries. Judy has won 35 trials with verdicts in excess of $1 million (more than any other female litigator in the country) and has also negotiated almost a half-billion dollars in settlements for her clients. She has helped her firm, Kramer, Dillof, Livingston & Moore become one of the top plaintiffs’ firms in New York.
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