Stanisław Hejmowski (1900–1969), was a lawyer. He was born in Liepājā, and his father, Konstanty, was a lawyer, social activist and city councillor. He finished secondary school in Liepājā, and after 1918 he settled in Poland.
He was the counsel for the defense in the show trials following the June 1956 workers’ protests in Poznań, and in the trials of several members of the anti-communist underground movement. He was persecuted by the authorities of communist Poland and disbarred.
In 2006, on the 50th anniversary of the June 1956 protests, one of the streets in Poznań was named after him.