Careers at Invictus Law

Kristine Wasson 09/23/2020

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Careers

At Invictus Law, we firmly believe that each person plays a critical role as a member of our legal team. We are committed to providing a supportive work environment that nurtures both the professional and personal development of our employees. We believe that people who look forward to coming to work are dedicated to great service. And our team reflects that belief in our rich history of prior military service among our attorney’s and staff.

Lateral Attorneys

Invictus Law is comprised of a group of diverse and talented legal professionals. We all share a mission first mentality and strive to the achieve the very best outcome in every case for our clients. We are dedicated to ensuring that our attorneys receive the best in training and development. Although new associates are assigned to a specific practice group, they are given the opportunity to work in all the Firm's practice areas as needed to ensure a well-rounded foundation of legal experience from day one. New attorneys are given the opportunity to work on sophisticated legal matters with significant client contact. Professionalism and mutual respect are paramount to the positive culture of our office that Invictus Law has fostered through the commitment to our core values. Our team focused mentality has evolved into a highly effective and efficient open-door environment where ideas are shared, and strategies cultivated, among attorneys and staff.

Invictus Law is an equal opportunity employer. The Firm makes its hiring decisions without discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition, the Firm prohibits and will not tolerate any such harassment or discrimination. We are actively seeking qualified candidates and all interested lateral attorneys are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to kristine@invictus-law.com.

Law Students

Invictus Law seeks students from diverse backgrounds with superior leadership skills. We look for motivated critical thinkers who will work with our team to address our clients needs. Although academic credentials, law journal and moot court experience are favorable, our Firm is most interested in collaborating with aspiring attorneys who have the desire and ethics to be servant leaders in the Firm, the profession, and the community. We are actively seeking internship candidates and all interested candidates are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to shemekahankins@invictus-law.com.

Administrative Staff

Invictus Law is committed to attracting and retaining employees who share our core values. We believe that the professional growth and development of our administrative staff is a critical part of our continued success. Our staff provides a full range of support services in the following areas: Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology Services, Operations, Marketing, Practice Systems Support, Recruitment, and Professional Development. We offer an expansive benefits package, competitive salaries, and an extremely positive and family friendly work environment.

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