As a member of the ABA National Security Committee, Khurrum examines and analyzes political, military, economic, social, legal and events throughout the world and evaluate how they affect the security interests of the United States. These events and responses of decision-makers are then analyzed in the context of the rule of law. Being a member of the national security committee means being active in the areas of intelligence, immigration, nuclear non-proliferation, international governing bodies such as the UN and NATO, and in various geographic regions worldwide. Members produce programs for regular ABA International Section meetings and other venues, including the United Nations and Capitol Hill, publish articles and promulgate policy proposals regarding national security topics.
Khurrum participated as a resource in a continuing legal education seminar on the topic of the government’s CVE (Countering Violient Extremism) Program.