Edward Orval "Ned" Gourdin (August 10, 1897 in Jacksonville, Florida – July 22, 1966 in Quincy, Massachusetts) was an American athlete and jurist. He was the first man in history to make 25 feet in the long jump and the first African-American and the first Native-American (Seminole) to be appointed a Superior Court judge in New England.
Following his return from the Olympics, Gourdin was admitted to the bar. He left his law practice in 1935 to serve as assistant United States Attorney from Massachusetts. In 1951 he was appointed to the Roxbury District Court. On July 22, 1958, he was appointed by governor Foster Furcolo to serve on the Massachusetts Superior Court, the Commonwealth's second highest court. He remained on the court until his death on July 22, 1966.