Harry's ex-husband is found dead in the Season 2 finale. As Harry makes plans for the funeral, she also works for a man who's a suspect in his former wife's slaying. Meanwhile, Oliver takes on an affirmative-action case; and Adam represents a man who was fired.
A murder-rape trial goes nightmarishly off course when Harry, Adam and the entire courtroom are taken hostage following a verdict. Meanwhile, Cassie helps an old friend who was in a serious car accident with his brother.
Harry, Adam and Phoebe represent an entire college marching band that's charged with murder following a deadly hazing incident. Meanwhile, Tommy advocates for a man who accuses a woman of sexually assaulting him.
Harry represents a defiant juror who broke away from jury duty in the middle of a front-page murder case. Elsewhere, Phoebe and Adam defend a reality-TV star who's being sued; Oliver and Cassie struggle to juggle their workload and their relationship.
A former client returns to seek millions in damages against the firm, claiming that Harry took advantage of him. Yet another past client also creates complications when she's accused of killing her abusive ex-husband. Meanwhile, Lisa's lusty shenanigans make Chunhua uncomfortable.
Harry advocates for a school principal who's trying to expel a student for anxiety-related outbursts. In another case, Harry helps a past client who suspects that his sister was murdered. Meanwhile, Adam works for a former classmate; and Tommy aspires to win the Trial Lawyer of the Year award.
Harry squares off against a lawyer from her past when she works for a man who claims cigarettes killed his wife. Elsewhere, Cassie advocates for a woman who's fearful of her outwardly amiable husband; and Oliver helps Tommy with a very personal case.
Harry, Cassie and Adam represent a 21-year-old who is dying of kidney failure and who illegally purchased a kidney; and Tommy and Oliver defend twins who are arrested when the man they are both married to is murdered.
Harry, Oliver and Cassie defend a mother accused of euthanizing her infant son who had an incurable debilitating disorder; and Tommy and Adam try to get recognition for an Iraq War vet who suffered a brain injury, but was ineligible for a Purple Heart.
Oliver and Cassie defend a teen who killed three students when he opened fire on a college campus, but the emotional nature of the case causes tension between them; and Tommy represents a mortuary owner who uses bodies as fertilizer for his side business selling organic produce.
It's Harry vs. Langford, Ohio, when, while on a vacation, they impound her car for violating their "Buy American" law; and Adam represents a Chinese family whose daughter was taken from them because of China's one-child policy.
Harry and Adam defend a former prosecutor accused of aiding and abetting a kidnapper, and, once again, Harry's up against Roseanna Remmick. Meanwhile, Tommy gets Cassie to help him in a divorce case involving one of his oldest clients.
Harry represents a teacher (Jason Alexander) who claims he was fired because he failed a student who rejected Darwinism; and Ollie and Nate defend a serial dater who is accused of fraud because she received expensive gifts from the men she dated.
Harry and Oliver defend a teen cyberbully whose blog prompted a classmate to commit suicide after she was outed as a lesbian, and prosecutor Kim Mendelsohn charges the blogger with negligent homicide; and Jenna receives a tempting job offer.
Harry continues Eric's case after the charges against her are dropped, but Roseanna Remmick orders the police to harass Harry and plant evidence incriminating Eric. Meanwhile, Cassie and Oliver follow leads; and Harry asks Tommy to handle the media.
In the second-season opener, the team moves from the shoe store to a loft, and Harry reluctantly defends a man who is accused of killing his wife, and the case pits her against a prominent DA; and lawyer Cassie Reynolds joins the team.