Barbara Mysko was called to the Bar in Saskatchewan in 2007, after obtaining civil and common law degrees from McGill University. She worked at McDougall Gauley LLP and Legal Aid Saskatchewan for a total of three years, the Ministry of Justice from 2009 – 2019, then was appointed as Vice-Chairperson of the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board in February 2019. While at the Ministry, her practice has focused on civil and Charter litigation as well as human rights law. Most recently she has represented the Government of Saskatchewan in the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
Ms. Mysko has been volunteering with Pro Bono Law since 2009, practicing immigration and refugee law, and has presented regularly on a broad range of topics at continuing professional development seminars both within the Ministry and at external conferences. Most recently, she taught a compressed course in conflict resolution at the University of Regina graduate business school.