Ms Angela Kintominas

Angela Kintominas is a Scientia PhD Scholar and Teaching Fellow at UNSW Law. Her research interests include feminist legal and critical theory, gender, migration and feminized work. Her doctoral project explores the histories and futures of regulating informal household-based domestic work in Australia. She has researched and written on migrant grandparents and childcare, temporary migrant workers, technology and migration, au pairing and surrogacy. Angela obtained a Master of Laws (LLM) from Columbia Law School as a Lionel Murphy Scholar, where she was awarded the Walter Gellhorn Prize for highest academic achievement. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons 1) and Bachelor of Laws (Hons 1) from UNSW Sydney, and was the Valedictorian of her LLB graduating cohort.

Journal articles

Kintominas A, 2020, 'Women, work and care in the Asia-Pacific by Marian Baird, Michele Ford and Elizabeth Hill (eds) (2017)', International Journal of Care and Caring, vol. 4, pp. 451 - 452,

Berg L; Farbenblum B; Kintominas A, 2020, 'Addressing Exploitation in Supply Chains: Is technology a game changer for worker voice?', The Anti-Trafficking Review, pp. 47 - 66,


Berg L; Farbenblum B; Huang Y; Lee D; Saleh S; Sharma A; Kintominas A, 2020, "As If We Weren't Humans": The abandonment of temporary migrants in Australia during COVID-19, Migrant Worker Justice Initiative,

Hamilton M; Kintominas A; Brennan D, 2018, The Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa, Migrant Grandparents and Transnational Family Life, UNSW Sydney, Sydney,,

Farbenblum B; Berg L; Kintominas A, 2018, Transformative Technology for Migrant Workers: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks, Open Society Foundations, New York,,

Finkelstein A; Mac Dougall S; Kintominas A; Olsen A, 2016, Surrogacy Law and Policy in the U.S: A National Conversation Informed by Global Lawmaking


Baldassar L; Hill E; Hamilton M; Brennan D; Dymond T; Withers M; Stevens C; Kintominas A, 2020, Submission to the Select Committee on Temporary Migration on the impact temporary migration has on the Australian economy, wages and jobs, social cohesion and workplace rights and conditions,

Farbenblum B; Berg L; Kintominas A, 2018, Submission to Australian Human Rights Commission Consultation into Human Rights and Technology,

Conference Presentations

Kintominas A, 2019, 'Problematizing the boundaries between work & non-work: social reproduction and its potential for an intersectional, materialist feminist legal agenda', presented at feminist provocations 2019: revisiting methods, practices and strategies, UNSW Sydney, 23 August 2019 - 24 August 2019

Hamilton M; Adamson E; Kintominas A, 2019, 'Migrant nannies and migrant grannies: new migration pathways and in-home childcare in Australia', presented at Australian Social Policy Conference, UNSW Sydney, 09 September 2019 - 11 September 2019

Kintominas A, 2019, '‘Social reproduction: end of theory, or theory for end of times?’', presented at Law & Society Association of Australia & New Zealand Conference, Southern Cross University (Gold Coast)., 06 December 2019 - 06 December 2019

Kintominas A, 2019, '‘Problematizing the tight-rope between work & non-work: an intervention in theorizing on social reproduction’', presented at Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory, Melbourne Law School., 10 December 2019 - 10 December 2019

Kintominas A, 2019, '‘Intimate gigs & digital hustles: gendering new digital terrains of social reproduction & precarious work’', presented at Digital Intimacies, Monash University, 11 December 2019 - 11 December 2019

Walter Gellhorn Prize for Highest Academic Achievement in LLM, Columbia Law School (2016)

James Kent Scholar (equiv. of First Class Honours), Columbia University Law School (2016)

Lionel Murphy Endowment Postgraduate Scholarship (2015)

Valedictorian of Graduating LLB Class, UNSW Law School (2013)

UNSW Law Dean’s List, UNSW Law (2012)

Bill Ashcroft Prize for Best Essay on Australian Literature, UNSW Faculty of Arts (2010)


Kintominas A; Hamilton M, 2019, Migrant grandparents to fill childcare gap, but at what cost?,

Kintominas A, 2019, Addressing economic abuse: can we bank on it?,

Kintominas A, 2019, Business, human rights and gender equality: working towards an intersectional, feminist and transformative agenda,

Gibson J; Kintominas A; Symington A, 2019, Business and Human Rights: Current and Future Challenges

Teaching Activity

Legal Research & Writing: Australian Law (LAWS1160/JURD7160)

Federal Constitutional Law (LAWS2150 / JURD7250)

UG /JD Coursework Research Thesis Supervision (LAWS3423 / JURD7823)