CELIAC DISEASE (CD) is characterized by sensitivity to gluten, which is found in dietary wheat, barley, and rye. Many extra-intestinal manifestations have been described in association with CD. Liver DISEASE and CD share widespread risk factors. Liver disorders such as autoimmune hepatitis, elevation of liver enzyme levels, primary biliary cirrhosis, nonspecific hepatitis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and nonalcoholic fatty liver DISEASE have been reported in patients with CD. In this review, we provide information regarding liver disorders that may be found in association with CELIAC DISEASE and the effect of the treatment of CD on these disorders.