Khosla has spent the majority of his two decade legal career serving as a judicial staff attorney at the state (California Supreme Court) and federal courts (Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals). While at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, he not only provided recommendations and advice to presidential appointed judges on complex areas of criminal/habeas corpus law, but also frequently lectured on the habeas-related provisions of the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996.
He is currently in private practice and provides expert consultations and appellate briefing arguments for law firms and attorney practitioners appointed in both state and federal appeals.
As an appellate attorney, he does not represent individual litigants.
However, as a trained mediator, and with a background in psychology, he will occasionally assist private and public institutions with sensitive employee-related issues and gender transitioning policies. Any such consultations are kept private and confidential, unless otherwise requested and agreed upon by all parties.