Howard Willmott Liversidge (1869 - 8 February 1934) was a barrister and local politician.
The son of William Henry Liversidge of Whyteleafe Surrey, he graduated from Hertford College, Oxford in 1892, and was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in 1895. He was a member of the Common Council of the City of London, and was chairman of the Corporation's Coal, Corn and Finance Committee.
He served as a Moderate member of the London School Board from 1901 to 1904, representing Hackney. He became the party's whip on the board in the final year of its existence in 1904. When the board was abolished and its powers passed to the London County Council, Liversidge was appointed as a co-opted member of the county council's education committee.
He was later a Municipal Reform Party member of the London County Council, elected as an alderman in 1915 to serve in place of Lord Monk Bretton, who had resigned. He remained on the council until 1921.
In 1913 he married Ursula, daughter of J.T Mallam of Oxford, with whom he had three children. He retired to Sutton Courtenay in Berkshire, where he died aged 64.