Eileen Libby, K.C.

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Education & Qualifications

  • Saskatchewan Bar (1991)
  • BA with distinction (Regina, 1991)
  • LLB with distinction (Saskatchewan, 1990)

Eileen acts as counsel to employers in the full range of labour relations and employment law matters, including collective bargaining negotiations, arbitrations, restructurings, labour relations board matters, human rights proceedings, and occupational health and safety matters.

In addition to labour and employment, Eileen practises extensively in the areas of professional regulation and health law. She has appeared before all levels of courts in Saskatchewan, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board, boards of arbitration, human rights tribunals and professional regulatory bodies. She has served as a hearing officer under the Saskatchewan Police Act.

  • President, Law Foundation of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan, 2017-2018)
  • Member, Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan
  • President, Law Society of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan, 2010)
  • Bencher, Law Society of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan, 2007-2012)
  • Member, Regina Chamber of Commerce (Regina, 1993-present)
  • Former Member, Canadian Bar Association National Council
  • Former Director, Saskatchewan Literacy Foundation (Saskatchewan)
  • Former Director, YWCA (Regina, 2003-2006)
  • Named Lawyer of the Year, Administrative and Public Law, Best Lawyers (Regina, 2016; 2018; 2020; 2021; 2023)
  • Named Lawyer of the Year, Labour and Employment, Best Lawyers (Regina, 2012; 2023)
  • Named One of Canada’s Litigation Stars, Labour and Employment, Insurance, Benchmark Canada (2013-present)
  • Named A Top Lawyer, Administrative and Public Law, Labour and Employment Law, Best Lawyers in Canada (2011-present)
  • Named a Leading Practitioner, Employment Law (Employer), Labour Relations (Management), Workplace Human Rights (Employer), Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory
  • Recognized as BV Peer Review Rated, Lexis-Nexis/Martindale-Hubbell
  • Appointed Queen’s Counsel (2009)