Salim Joubran (born 1947) is an Israeli Arab judge on the Israeli Supreme Court. He has served as a supreme court justice since 2003, and became a permanent member on May 2004. Joubran is the first Arab to receive a permanent appointment in the Supreme Court. He is the second Arab judge to hold a supreme court appointment, preceded by Abdel Rahman Zuabi, who held a fixed nine-month appointment in 1999.
Legal career 
In 1982, Joubran left private practice after 12 years to accept an appointment as a judge on Haifa's Magistrate's Court, where he served for 11 years. In 1993, he was appointed to Haifa's district court, and served in that capacity for another 10 years, following which he was elevated to the Supreme Court first as a temporary and then as a permanent judge.
Academic and public positions 
Joubran was a lecturer at the Law Faculty at the University of Haifa. He served as governor of Israel Rotary (dist. 2490) and chairman of the Zeltner Fund for legal research sponsored by Rotary Israel and Tel Aviv University.