Brian Ross Martin
|Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions|
|Judge of the Supreme Court of South Australia|
23 February 1999 – 27 January 2004
|Chief Justice of the Northern Territory|
27 January 2004 – 2010
|Preceded by||Brian Frank Martin|
|Succeeded by||Trevor Riley|
|Acting Judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia|
February 2012 – November 2012
|Born||Brian Ross Martin
2 September 1947
Adelaide, South Australia
|Alma mater||University of Adelaide|
Brian Ross Martin AO QC (born 2 September 1947) is an Australian jurist. He was a judge of the Supreme Court of South Australia before being appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory in 2004. He served in the Northern Territory between 2004 and 2010. He served as an acting Judge of the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2012.
He was admitted to practice law in 1970, becoming an assistant Crown Prosecutor in Adelaide in 1974 and eventually the Senior Crown Prosecutor in 1982.
Justice Martin was the trial judge for the trial of R v Murdoch, which commenced with a voir dire in April 2005 and the trial proper began on 17 October 2005, and was completed with a verdict of guilty on 13 December 2005.
In February 2012, Brian Martin was sworn in as an Acting Judge of the Western Australian Supreme Court, to preside over the trial of Lloyd Rayney, who was charged with the murder of his wife Corryn Rayney in August 2007. Martin delivered his verdict in November 2012 
Martin played 63 games, kicking 68 goals for Sturt Football Club in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL). He played in two SANFL premierships for the Double Blues. He was a Director of the Adelaide Crows Football Club from 1994 to 1998 and was Chairman of the Westminster School Council from 1988 to 1996.
- Reporter: Mike Sexton (17 October 2003). "Adelaide's Brian Martin Now Chief Justice of the Northern Territory". Stateline. Transcript. ABC TV.
- Profile of Chief Justice Martin
- List of current judges
- Martin appointed Chief Justice of the Northern Territory
- Stateline Interview with Martin on his appointment as Chief Justice
- ABC News report on challenges for Chief Justice Martin
- Swearing in of Chief Justice Martin
- Welcome of new Chief Justice Martin to Alice Springs Supreme Court
- NT Parliament announces appointment of Chief Justice Martin (hansard)
- 2004 Judge's handbook, including Northern Territory section from Chief Justice Martin
- Speech to the South Australian Press Club 15 September 2006
Brian Frank Martin
|Chief Justice of the Northern Territory