Barry Solaiman is an Assistant Professor at HBKU's College of Law. In 2017, he completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge which evaluated political corruption and lobbying issues in the UK. His research has been presented to the Centre for Public Law at Cambridge and the British Association of Comparative Law at Oxford. He worked abroad in Hong Kong as a teacher in 2013, holds an LLM in Commercial Law from Durham University (2012), an LLB from Newcastle University (2010), and was called to the London Bar in 2011.
As Editor-in-Chief of the Cambridge International Law Journal, he gained extensive experience in proofreading, copy-editing and management. He also co-founded the PhD Seminar Series at the Faculty of Law in Cambridge which he ran for three years.
His experience extends beyond the confines of academia having assisted Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe on the Lobbying Transparency Bill [2016/17] which he drafted amendments to. He also assisted the British Academy on a report pertaining to a potential British Bill of Rights, and liaised with experts throughout Europe when compiling a database covering the laws on the funding of political parties for the Department of Sociology at Cambridge.
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
‘Editorial’ (2016) 5(2) Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 165.2016
‘Editorial’ (2016) 5(1) Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law 1.2016
by David Hine and Gillian Peele (2017) 80(3) Modern Law Review 559. (Book Review).2017
by Brian Galligan and Scott Brenton (2016) 75(3) Cambridge Law Journal 652. (Book Review).2016
by Peter Dorey (2016) 14(4) Political Studies Review 141. (Book Review).2016
by Lee Drutman (2016) 14(3) Political Studies Review 300. (Book Review).2016
by Raj Chari (2016) 14(2) Political Studies Review 443. (Book Review).2016
By Keith D. Ewing, Jacob Rowbottom, and Joo Cheong Tham (2014) 73(3) Cambridge Law Journal 635. (Book review).2014
 EWCA Civ 171 by Lord Justice Jackson.2015
(2016) 6 UK Supreme Court Yearbook 360.2016
(2015) 5 UK Supreme Court Yearbook 157.2015