Dr Celeste M Black, FTI is an Associate Professor at Sydney Law School. Celeste has taught tax there for over 20 years across a number of subject areas, including tax base, tax administration and comparative international tax and she also teaches general commercial law. Her principal research interests are in tax administration and international tax. Celeste's current research is focussed on the intersection between substantive tax law and the administration of the tax system, including the tax issues arising from non-traditional work arrangements, taxpayers' rights, withholding tax and royalties, and cross-border tax information exchange. Celeste has published widely in leading tax journals in Australia and overseas and completed her PhD on the domestic and international tax implications of carbon trading transactions.
Celeste brings extensive relevant experience to her role on the Editorial Board, both as a previous editor and continuing member of the editorial board of one of the leading general law journals in Australia and from her many years of engagement with the peer review processes of domestic and international tax law journals.