This study presents the chromatographic purification of immunoglobulin G (IgG) from human plasma using a two-column process integrating the peptide-based adsorbents LigaGuardTM, which captures non-Ig plasma proteins in flow-through mode, and LigaTrapTM, which isolates IgG in bind-and-elute. Buffer composition and column loading were optimized for both adsorbents. Two process configurations were evaluated. In the first design, plasma was fed to a LigaGuardTM column to capture plasma proteins, the effluent was loaded on the LigaTrapTM column, and the bound IgG was eluted with 63.8% global recovery and 99.7% purity; in comparison, Protein G agarose afforded ~67% recovery and 97.2% purity. In the alternative design, the LigaGuardTM column was utilized to polish the LigaTrapTM elution stream, affording 82.3% global recovery and 98.8% purity. Collectively, these results demonstrate the potential of a fully chromatographic process for purifying polyclonal IgG from plasma feedstocks.