Antoine Grima read International Relations (European Studies) and law at the University of Malta, and obtained his Masters degree in European Studies from the University of Sussex.
He has been involved, during the EU accession phase, in the transposition of extensive parts of the environment and consumer acquis and in the co-ordination of Malta's stand during the screening and negotiating stages. He has been actively involved in the Consumer Affairs Task Force which was entrusted to transpose the consumer acquis into Maltese law. During his stint with the regulatory entity responsible for consumer and competition matters he advised on general regulatory matters concerning consumer and competition law and in specific areas notably in agriculture, communications and energy sectors.
Antoine represented on various instances the Maltese Consumers' Association abroad most notably in meetings organised by BEUC â€“ The European Consumers' Organistion.
Grima, Antoine & Fabri, David 2017, "The Regulation of Estate Agents", Id-Dritt, vol. XXVII, pp. 113.
Grima, Antoine & Fabri, David 2016, More pro-business trickery?.
Grima, Antoine. & Fabri, David. 2016, Arbiter: solution or problem?.
Grima, Antoine. & Fabri, David. 2016, White Paper (on Estate Agents) not good enough.
Grima, A. 2015, Business and Energy Costs.
Grima, A. 2013, A Quality Public Service.
Grima, A. 2013, Unfair Practices Hurt Consumers.
Grima, A. 2011, Education Strategy for the Consumer.
Grima, A. 2011, Regulatory Consistency Benefits Consumers.
Grima, A. 1997, Referenda in Malta.