Needless to say, I am very excited to be taking over the role as the General Editor of the Australian Business Law Review (ABLR). My aim as General Editor will not be to attempt to fill Bob Baxt’s shoes (which would be impossible!) but rather to continue the high standards which Bob set for the ABLR.
Thomson Reuters is very pleased to welcome Michael Terceiro to his new role as General Editor of the Australian Business Law Review (ABLR), taking over from the late Professor Robert “Bob” Baxt, who was the Founding Editor of the Journal. Michael is a competition and consumer lawyer who has run his own legal practice Terceiro Legal Consulting for over 10 years. Michael is also the Deputy Chair of Small and Medium Enterprise Committee (SME Committee) of the Law Council of Australia and the Deputy Chair of the Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) Disciplinary Tribunal.
Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) at Macquarie University, and completed his Master of Laws at the University of Sydney, a Professional Certificate in Arbitration at the University of Adelaide and a Master of Dispute Resolution (With Excellence) at the University of New South Wales. Michael will also be commencing a PhD in Law through the University of NSW in 2019.
Prior to setting up his own practice, Michael worked at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for 15 years in a number of senior positions including as a Director of Enforcement and Compliance, the Director in charge of the Sydney Mergers and Asset Sale Branch, the National GST Enforcement Coordinator and the Director in charge of the ACCC’s Waterfront Team during the Waterfront Dispute.
Michael authored the Anticompetitive Agreements and Secondary Boycotts chapters of the CCH Australian Competition and Consumer Law Reporter. He has also written numerous articles for Lexis Nexis, CCH’s Australian Competition & Consumer Law Reporter and Tracker, the NSW Law Society Journal, Impact! A National Journal of Environmental Law, and the Keeping Good Companies publication.
We look forward to working with Michael on future issues of the ABLR and wish him all possible success as General Editor.http://sites.thomsonreuters.com.au/journals/2018/11/21/introducing-michael-terceiro-as-new-ablr-general-editor/