Xue Hanqin (born 15 September 1955, Shanghai, People's Republic of China) is a judge at the International Court of Justice. On 29 June 2010, she was elected to fill the vacancy created by Shi Jiuyong's resignation on 28 May 2010. She is one of three female judges serving on the ICJ and one of only four women elected as members of the Court to date. Xue is the fifth Chinese judge at the ICJ, and the third representing the People's Republic of China (see Judges of the International Court of Justice).
Having been re-elected to the Court in 2011, Xue's term will expire on 5 February 2021.