Beaumont Moore Morice (c.1850 - 2 May 1937) was a barrister and educationist.
In 1898 he stood for election to the London County Council as a Progressive Party candidate at Fulham, without success. He also made four attempts to enter parliament as a Liberal Party candidate but failed to be elected.
He was briefly a member of the London School Board, co-opted to fill a casual vacancy at Lambeth West in December 1902. The board was abolished in 1904. He was also a member of Erith School Board.
In 1895 he was appointed recorder of Hythe in Kent. In 1914 he left London to become a stipendiary magistrate in Bradford, holding the post until 1934. He died there three years later.