Khurrum is an active and practicing member of the Florida Bar.
Khurrum is a member of the Florida Bar’s Leadership Academy. The Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy is a multi-session training program designed to assist a diverse and inclusive group of lawyers in becoming better leaders within our profession, in their chosen path, while enhancing their leadership skills. Each year a select group of participants are selected from applications submitted to The Florida Bar to become Academy Fellows.
Committee on Diversity and Inclusion
Khurrum was a founding member of the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, whose mission is to increase diversity and inclusion in The Florida Bar so that the Bar accurately reflects the demographics of the state. Khurrum had worked hard to develop opportunities for community involvement and to make leadership roles within the profession accessible to all attorneys, regardless of their background. He remains devoted to this cause.
The Federal Court Practice Committee serves as the Bar’s liaison to the federal courts, federal bar organizations in Florida, the Eleventh Circuit Judicial Conference, and others interested in federal practice. Khurrum was a member of this committee from 2012 to 2018. Khurrum aided in the distribution of proposed changes to the federal rules, including local rules for federal courts in Florida, and contributes to publications in the Guide to Judicial Practices in Florida’s Federal Courts, which describes the practices of individual federal judges in all three Districts and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Henry P. Latimer Award
In 2017, Khurrum was recognized for his service and commitment to professionalism with the Henry P. Latimer Award. This award recognized his consistent efforts to build bridges between communities and utilize the legal profession as a force for positive impact on society.