Check out the most recent features from Invictus below:

The PhD Project: Building A Stronger, More Diverse Workforce. Together.

Posted on 12/16/2022
The PhD Project addresses a hidden barrier to workforce diversity: the lack of diversity among college professors.

Make Justice Available to Autistic Individuals

Posted on 3/3/2022
Whether intentionally or negligently, we have failed to create administrative and judicial systems willing to believe and sufficiently accommodate disabled individuals.

Civility and Lawyers: Requisite for the Functioning of Diversity

Posted on 9/10/2021
Young lawyers need to learn, and the research has established that lawyers acting civil are more effective and achieve better outcomes.

An Immigrant Woman's Odyssey: Domestic Violence in America

Posted on 6/22/2021
Volunteer attorneys have the power to not only provide legal assistance to their clients, but also to end the most frightening part of their ordeal by giving them control over their lives.

Equal Justice and Legal Services for the Poor: An Elusive Goal

Posted on 9/3/2020
While a greater effort is required it is worth pointing out that the needs of the poor should not be used to fuel political agendas of any kind.

Automation: A Tool to Access a Greater Population

Posted on 6/1/2020
One of those tools we can use to improve the client experience is automation. Almost all parts of your workflow can be automated.

Get the Most out of Your Millennial Lawyers

Posted on 6/1/2020
VSB Techshow 2020 was to feature a session entitled, “Young Lawyers and Tech: How Everyone Can Learn & Benefit” which will look at how Millennial lawyers are shaping the practice of law.

A Brave Little Virginian

Posted on 1/6/2020
Henry has been steadfast in his courage and optimism. He never complains, and in his courage we have found inspiration. He has proven to be our “Brave Little Virginian.”

Changing the Rules: Examining Military Spouse Admission to the Virginia State Bar

Posted on 1/3/2020
Military spouses move across state lines 10 times more frequently than their civilian counterparts.[1] As a result of frequent moves, while 85% of military spouse attorneys hold an active law license, only 37% have a job requiring said license.