Fritz Neuland (30 January 1889 – 4 November 1969) was a Bavarian lawyer, Jewish leader and Senator.
In the 1920s he had a law office in Munich together with the later Bavarian Prime Minister Wilhelm Hoegner.
After surviving World War II as a forced labourer, he returned to Munich, where he became President of the Jewish community.
From 1951 until his death in 1969 he served as a Bavarian Senator.
Neuland married a Christian woman named Margarethe, who converted to Judaism upon marrying Neuland. They had a daughter Charlotte Knobloch, who later became President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany.