Julian C. Dixon (August 8, 1934 - December 8, 2000) was a politician from the state of California.
Dixon was born in Washington D.C. and he served in the United States Army from 1957 to 1960. Dixon graduated from Los Angeles State College. He was elected to the California State Assembly as a Democrat in 1972, he served in that body for three terms. Dixon was elected to the House of Representatives in 1978. Dixon chaired the rules committee at the 1984 Democratic National Convention and the ethics probe into Speaker Jim Wright. Dixon won re-election to the 107th United States Congress but he died of a heart attack in December 2000.
The 7th St/Metro Center Blue line station has the subtitle "Julian Dixon" in honor of the congressman. His alma mater Southwestern University School of Law in 2004 opened the Julian C. Dixon Courtroom and Advocacy Center in the famed Bullocks Wilshire building.
Dixon was a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African Americans.