Season 6 ends with Owen and Kim trying to talk some sense into Jane about her relationship with Ian. Meanwhile, Teri realizes that Ian is her former classmate, who is responsible for ruining her chances at stardom; and Kim represents her former temp when he is fired by his agency.
Kim and Owen refuse to support Jane's new whirlwind romance. Meanwhile, Jane represents a mother whose son died at a football camp; and Kim is rescued from a mugging by a masked "superhero," who is then sued by the mugger.
Jane takes the case of a man on death row, after she becomes convinced he is innocent. Meanwhile, Kim represents a small dance company that helps inner-city kids when their routines are stolen by an international pop star; and Owen experiences wedding anxiety.
Jane takes a case involving a drunk-driving accident; Stacy tries to get Owen to live a healthier lifestyle; Kim represents a ventriloquist whose puppet is banned from flying; a familiar face from Jane's past reappears.
Grayson's near-death experience prompts him to make a serious gesture; Jane helps a community affected by pungent fumes coming from a hot-sauce factory; Kim is forced to represent her mother in an unusual divorce proceeding against her own father.
Jane represents a transgender elementary school student; Grayson takes a case involving a college student's murder; Stacy becomes increasingly uncomfortable with Owen showering her with gifts; Jane decides to tell Grayson who she really is.
Jane and Grayson spend the night together, and she says something that she immediately wishes she could take back. Meanwhile, Owen defends Malibu's mayor when she's reprimanded for a charitable act; and Jane represents a teen who is in critical need of a bone-marrow match.
Stacy gets worried when someone suggests that her frequent burping is a sign that she is pregnant with an evil baby. Meanwhile, Grayson and Jane take a case involving national security; and Kim represents a family of orphans when their adoptive parents kick them out following an appearance on a home makeover show.
Jane represents a bullied pro cheerleader; Teri pretends to be Paul's lawyer when he gets in trouble for accumulating too much credit card debt; Grayson and Owen defend a family who installed speed bumps on their busy neighborhood street; Jane and Grayson make plans for a romantic evening.
Jane struggles with how to behave around Grayson now that he knows the truth; Grayson represents a widower who wants to honor his wife's last wish to be buried in her backyard, while her parents want her in their family plot; Paul buys a Rolls-Royce for $100; Kim returns to work and enlists Owen's help representing a 12-year-old foster child who is searching for a permanent home.
Stacy helps Jane prepare for her date with Grayson; Jane and Belinda represent a rock star whose recent irresponsible behavior put his band's next tour at risk; Grayson helps a woman who is being evicted from her low-income housing to make room for upscale condos.
Grayson is shocked when Jane tells him that she is Deb; a prickly new attorney is hired to fill in while Kim is on maternity leave; Jane defends a man accused of setting a fire in a record store where he worked that resulted in a death; Belinda and Grayson represent a couple who were trapped on a cruise ship without food or amenities for five days.
Season 6 begins with Jane taking a pro bono case to help a lunch lady, who is a former convict, fight to reinstate school meal funding for students in need. Meanwhile, Owen gets a visit from his estranged brother who is being sued by a strip club for defamation.