Jack Turner, the son of a powerful family, goes against the career wishes of his family by working at a small, pro-bono law clinic.
An angry father files a civil suit against a young man who was previously acquitted for the murder of the man's daughter.
Jack and Ariel represent a fashion executive who is being accused of sexual harassment by one of the man's former employees. Meanwhile, Grant becomes jealous that Ariel is working with Jack; and Riley can't help but feel responsible for a former friend's drug abuse.
Jack is stuck in the middle of a confusing case when an old friend confesses to securities fraud but his wealthy in-laws harm his defense. Meanwhile, Grant represents the city in a suit filed against a gun manufacturer; Riley deals with being overworked; and Traub searches for more reasons to not declare Jack's mentor's death a suicide.
Jack is taunted by a serial killer on death row who claims that he knows who was with Barrington the night he died. Riley contemplates plea bargaining with his latest case in order to go trick-or-treating with his kids. Meanwhile, Rashton is troubled by a picture Ariel took from Jack.
Jack represents an FBI agent accused of revealing secrets to another government. The case becomes more complex when Jack discovers that his ex-fiancé is the prosecutor.
An IT genius is sued by his company when he refuses to take medication to help his schizophrenia.
Detective Traub calls Jack to tell him he knows who killed Barrington, but when Jack goes to meet the detective, he finds Traub dead. Meanwhile, Grant struggles with his latest client; George looks for a new job; and Jack is replaced by Grant when is dealings with Zerotech, which Jack claim are untrue, are brought to light.
Jack's trial begins for his involvement with Zerotech. As the grand jury is seated, Jack pleads not guilty.
Jack finds out the truth behind both Barrington's murder and Zerotech. Meanwhile, Grant defends a woman who was fired following a picture of her printed in a tabloid with her and her fugitive brother.
The firm defends a playboy involved in a hit and run.
Jack and the rest of the firm are shocked when hidden secrets the firm has been keeping are brought to light.
A man accused of plotting terrorist acts must face his estranged father.