InOutsource Appoints Rabiya Hirji Director Of Risk Consulting Practice Group
PHILADELPHIA — December 5, 2019 — InOutsource today announced that it has promoted Rabiya Hirji to the newly created role of Director of Risk Consulting. Hirji will lead the practice group, which focuses on advising law firm risk, intake, conflicts, and information governance teams on organizational strategy, business processes, and risk management.
Rabiya Hirji brings over 20 years of law firm risk management experience to her role. She first joined InOutsource three years ago as a senior consultant, after having held in-house risk leadership roles with both national and international law firms.
At InOutsource, Hirji has specialized in advising firms on the development and implementation of new and improved processes to streamline law firm risk and compliance initiatives. She will continue to work closely with InOutsource technology implementation teams to ensure that technology solutions support each firm’s risk management goals.
“Rabiya is a trusted advisor and leader who is highly respected by everyone she works with — from law firm managing partners to administrative staff — and certainly her colleagues at InOutsource. She brings incredible insight from her experience in managing a large risk management team for an Am Law top-30 law firm. Rabiya is able to translate this insight into strategic and practical recommendations that help our clients better serve their own clients and achieve their business goals,” said Eric Mosca, Director of Operations, InOutsource. “We’re thrilled to announce this well-deserved promotion as we continue to invest in and expand the consulting services we offer.”
“When it comes to transforming law firm operations, technology is just one part of the equation. In my years at InOutsource, I’ve been proud of the collective expertise of our team — particularly when it comes to risk management and the broader view we take in helping firms create an organizational structure to support compliance with risk management goals,” said Rabiya Hirji.