Laevisuchus (LEE-vi-SOOK-us - meaning "Light/Lucky/Left Crocodile") is a genus of abelisauroid dinosaur. Its remains were discovered in Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) deposits in the Lameta Formation in India, and described by paleontologists Friedrich von Huene and Charles Alfred Matley in 1933. It is known only from three cervical vertebrae similar to those of Microvenator and was originally classified as a coelurosaurian theropod, 2 meters long (6 ft), 0.9 meters high (3 ft), and approximately 30 kilograms in weight (66 lb). Recently, however, it has been show to be an abelisauroid dinosaur, perhaps an noasaurid.
The type species is Laevisuchus indicus.