Autoimmune liver diseases lead to fibrosis and is manifested as excessive accumulation of extracellular matrix and collagen that ultimately causes increase in liver stiffness. MR Elastography (MRE) has proven to be an important tool to clinically diagnose liver fibrosis. In this study we performed MRE at 1.5T on 65 subjects with autoimmune liver disease. The data was then manually processed by 2 independent readers and an automated algorithm. Near-perfect correlation and excellent agreement were observed between Reader1 and Reader2 against the automated algorithm (r=0.987 and r=0.981, respectively). Readers had excellent inter-reader agreement(ICC=0.988) and the automated algorithm also demonstrated perfect reproducibility.