Dr. Barry Solaiman is an Assistant Dean of Students and an Assistant Professor specializing in Healthcare Law and Constitutional Law. He holds a PhD in Law from the University of Cambridge, has been called to the London Bar, and is an accredited civil and commercial mediator. He was formerly Editor-in-Chief of both the Cambridge International Law Journal and Medicine and Law.
In Qatar, he is an advisor to the Ministry of Public Health, a Member of Aspetar Hospital's Ethics Committee, and Co-Director of the Intersection of Law and Medicine Series at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar. Internationally, he is Chair of the Young Members Committee of the World Association for Medical Law.
He is the Lead Project Investigator for an HBKU grant analyzing the development of guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare research and has several publications in the field.
University of Cambridge, UK2014-2017
Cambridge International Law Journal, UK2015-2016
Cambridge International Law Journal, UK2014-2015
House of Lords, UK2016-2017
British Academy, UK2016
University of Cambridge, UK2014
University of Cambridge, UK2017
Durham University, UK2012
Middle Temple, London, UK2011
Newcastle University, UK2010
Barry Solaiman, 'Assessing Healthcare Rights and Responsibilities Under the Constitutional Orders of Mainland China and the Special Administrative Regions’ in Ngoc Son Bui, Stuart Hargreaves, Ryan Mitchell, Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law in Greater China (Routledge 2022).
Barry Solaiman 'Lobbying in the UK: Towards Robust Regulation' (Parliamentary Affairs; Oxford University Press 2021).
Barry Solaiman & Mark Bloom ‘AI, Explainability, and Safeguarding Patient Safety in Europe: Towards a Science-Focused Regulatory Model’ in I. Glenn Cohen, Timo Minssen, W. Nicholson Price II, Christopher Robertson, and Carmel Shachar, The Future of Medical Device Regulation: Innovation and Protection (Cambridge University Press 2022).
Barry Solaiman ‘Medical Liability in Qatar’ in Vera Lúcia Raposo & Roy G. Beran, Medical Liability in Asia and Australasia (Springer 2021).
Barry Solaiman 'Electoral Commission' in Rainer Grote, Frauke Lachenmann and Rüdiger Wolfrum, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Oxford University Press, 2021).
Barry Solaiman & Suhaila Ghuloum 'Towards Community Care: Qatar’s Rapidly Evolving Mental Health Landscape (BJPsych International; Cambridge University Press 2021).
Barry Solaiman 'Addressing Access with Artificial Intelligence: Overcoming the Limitations of Deep Learning to Broaden Remote Care Today' (University of Memphis Law Review 2021).
Barry Solaiman 'COVID-19 and the Shift Towards Telemedicine: Developing a Regulatory Foundation in a Post-Pandemic World' (Lexis Nexis Qatar Business Law Review 2020).
Zachary Calo & Barry Solaiman 'Alternative Dispute Revolution: Technology and ADR in the Middle East Following the COVID-19 Pandemic' (John Marshall Law Journal 2021).