Hakim may refer to the following figures:
- Sayyid Muhsin al-Hakim (d. 1390/1970) was a Shiite authority in the fourteenth/twentieth century from Iraq who lived in Najaf.
- Sayyid Muhammad Mahdi al-Hakim (d. 1988) a Shia scholar, and the third son of Sayyid Muhsin al-Hakim. He was a co-founder of Islamic al-Da'wa Party.
- Sayyid Muhammad Taqi al-Hakim (d. 2002) a teacher of Najaf seminary. He became the head of the faculty of fiqh in Najaf after Shaykh Muhammad Rida Muzaffar.
- Sayyid Muhammad Baqir al-Hakim (d. 2003) was a Shiite scholar in Iraq. He was the head, and a founder, of Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq.
- Sayyid Abd al-Aziz al-Hakim (d. 2009) a Shia cleric, politician and son of Sayyid Muhsin al-Hakim and one of the oppositions against the al-Ba'ath Party in Iraq.
- Sayyid Muhammad Sa'id al-Hakim (d. September 3, 2021) was a Shiite marja' in Iraq. He was the grandson of Sayyid Muhsin al-Hakim, a Shiite marja' in the fourteenth/twentieth century.
Hakim may also refer to one of the following concepts:
- Hakim: from the names of Almighty God. "Hakim ala al-Itlaq" (absolute Sage) is also a term used for God.
- Hakim: a person with wisdom.
- Hakim: a title for some philosophers and mystics (such as Hakim Mulla Hadi Sabziwari), writers and poets (such as Hakim Abu l-Qasim Ferdowsi) and traditional physicians like (Tabib, Hakimbashi)