Kirat Khosa received her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Leicester, UK in 2017. Prior to her legal education, she completed a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology and Sociology from Simon Fraser University.
While completing her law degree, she was a member of the Pro Bono Society and volunteered as a researcher for the Street Law project. The project focused on bridging the gap between the local communities and the legal issues that they faced. Kirat was responsible for researching and compiling materials to educate various audiences on issues relating to Criminal law, Land law, Human rights, Constitutional and Administrative law and various other legal matters. She received an Outstanding Researcher Award and the Leicester Award to recognize her contributions to this project.
Kirat completed her articles under the supervision of her principals, Martin Peters and Richard Fowler, Q.C. She gained experience in the areas of Criminal Law, Administrative Law and Constitutional Law. During her articles, she conducted legal research, reviewed disclosure, drafted legal memoranda and arguments, interviewed clients and assisted in preparing various applications. She also appeared in Provincial Court and Supreme Court for adjournment applications, bail hearings and traffic court hearings.