Albert Beliveau (March 27, 1887 - 1971) of Rumford, Maine was a Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from March 3, 1954 to March 25, 1958. He was a Roman Catholic, and his son was Severin Beliveau.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, to French-Canadian parents, Beliveau worked in local foundries and mills as a young man, before deciding to pursue a legal career. In 1906, he quit his job at the mill and went to work for a local law office, where he remained for three years as an office worker, while studying law on his own time. He received an LL.B. from the University of Maine School of Law in 1911. Beliveau served in the United States Army in France during World War I, "where his French-Canadian heritage and legal experience was helpful in negotiations with the French, who were qualified to receive reparations for their war claims".