BA (French) Manch 1935, BSc 1941; MB ChB 1944; FRCP 1962.
Liversedge, known as Laurie, was educated at Urmston Grammar School and the University of Manchester where he was awarded a number of medical prizes. Liversedge held resident appointments before being appointed chief assistant to the neurologist Fergus Ferguson at MRI in 1945. Liversedge served for two years in the RAMC and spent a year at the National Hospital for Nervous Diseases before being appointed lecturer in medical neurology at the University of Manchester, a position he held from 1950 to 1964. He was also honorary consultant at MRI during this period. In 1964, Liversedge was appointed to the staff of MRI and Crumpsall Hospital Manchester. Liversedge established a large private and medico-legal practice and was well respected by many lawyers. He also devoted time to the Multiple Sclerosis Society and the North of England Neurological Association, of which he was a founder member. Liversedge was also a keen sportsman. He died at his home in Bolton on 1 March 1979 aged 64.