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Dr. Mohamed Abdullah Humood Al Dulaimi
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  • Dr. Mohamed Abdullah Humood Al Dulaimi
    Legal Advisor for Committees Affairs
    • Birthplace: Baghdad, Iraq
    • Marital status: Married with three children
  • Dr. Mohamed Abdullah Humood Al Dulaimi
  • Qualifications

    • Bachelor of Laws 1979-1980, Faculty of Law, University of Baghdad
    • Masters of Laws, 1984,  Faculty of Law, University of Baghdad
    • PhD in law, 1995, Faculty of Law, University of Baghdad
    Positions

    • Legal Advisor, Shura Council, Kingdom of Bahrain
    • Assistant Professor, University of Applied Sciences, 2005-2007
    • Assistant Professor, University of Sharjah (UAE), 2001-2005
    • Assistant Professor, Arab Open University (Libya), 1996-2002
    • Lecturer, the University of Mosul (Iraq) 1984-1991
    • Legal Advisor, Ministry of Oil, Iraq, 1980-1984
    • Lawyer before all Iraqi courts
    Committees and Councils Memberships

    • Member of the Personnel Affairs Committee, University of Sharjah, 2003-2005
    • Member of the Higher Committee of Behavior Management, University of Sharjah, 2003-2004
    • Chairman of the Disciplinary Board, University of Libya, 1997-2000
    • Member of a number of scientific and administrative committees at the Faculty of Law,  University of Sharjah
    • Member of the Council of the University of Applied Sciences
    • Member of the Council of the Faculty of Law, University of Applied Sciences
    Participations

    • Symposium on Insurance and Law, Faculty of Law, University of Sharjah, 13-14  April 2003
    • Attending the Banking Conference, United Arab Emirates University, Faculty of Law, May 2003
    • Presenting a paper at the Conference of Professional Responsibility, the University of Sharjah, Faculty of Law, 3-5 May 2004
    • Presenting a paper at the Conference of the Judicial System and Local, Regional And International Variables, Mansoura University, Faculty of Law, Cairo, 30-31 March 2004
    • Organizing and conducting a Symposia entitled "Towards Simplifying Litigation Procedures in the UAE"
    Publications and Research

    • The Authority of Management to Terminate the Administrative Contract at its Sole Discretion, 1984, Master Thesis, University of Baghdad 
    • Revocation of administrative act, 1995, PhD thesis, University of Baghdad
    • The General Theory of Administrative Contracts 1991, in collaboration with other authors, Publications of the University of Mosul, Iraq
    • Judicial control of administrative Acts in the Libyan legislation, a systematic book, publications of the Open University
    • Administrative judiciary and its applications in the Kingdom of Bahrain, 2008
    • Principles of Administrative Law in the Kingdom of Bahrain,2007
    • Explanation of the Procedural Law in the Kingdom of Bahrain, 2008
    • Disciplinary responsibility of the lawyer in the UAE legislation 2004, Research published in the Legislative Magazine, Faculty of Law, United Arab Emirates University, Second Issue, 2003
    • The Impact of Changing Conditions on the Development of the Administrative Judiciary In Iraq, 2003, Research published in the Journal of the Faculty of Law, Alexandria University, Second issue, 2003
    • Legal System for the Conclusion of Contracts through Public Tender in UAE And Bahrain Legislation, Research published in the Journal of Law, University of Bahrain, Second Issue, 2005
    • The Judicial System in the United Arab Emirates and the Need for a Specialized Administrative Judiciary, Research published in the Legislative and Legal Magazine, UAE University, Issue No. 24, 2005
    • Administrative responsibility of Public Health Facilities, Research published in the Journal of Jurists, Kuwait University, First Issue, 2006
    Masters Thesis Supervision

    • Parliamentary questioning
    • The Competencies of His Majesty the King of Bahrain
    • Parliamentary System
    • Relationship between the Legislative and Executive Authorities in the Constitutional System in the Kingdom Of Bahrain
    • Challenging the Constitutionality of Laws
    • Parliamentary Immunity
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