Xu Fulin was a politician and legal scholar of the Republic of China.
Xu was educated in Japan and joined the Tongmenghui.
In 1914 after the parliament was dissolved, he joined the Chinese Revolutionary Party. In 1929, he co-founded the Chinese National Socialist Party which merged into the China Democratic Socialist Party. He ran for the Republic of China vice-presidential election of 1948 and Republic of China presidential election of 1954 but failed.
In January 1955, he was elected chairman of the Chinese Democratic Socialist Party. He died on 12 January 1958.
In 1909, he became member of the Guangdong Consultative Bureau. He was the provisional Senator in Peking after the establishment of the Republic of China and became of the member of the first House of Representative.