Alicia defends a Muslim student accused of fighting with Jewish students at a rally on campus. But what starts off as a simple case turns into something much bigger.
Alicia has to get to grips with English Law when she defends a British businessman in a libel case that is relayed to a British court via satellite.
Eli and Diane clash over the best way to handle a dairy company's PR disaster. Elsewhere, Alicia and Will are up against Will's ex-girlfriend in court.
Alicia takes on a pro bono case where the witness quickly becomes the prime suspect, but it's Lockhart & Gardner that may be in the most jeopardy.
Lockhart/Gardner's case against an aviation company takes a huge hit when their key witness commits suicide and his testimony is ruled inadmissible.
Alicia picks her way through diplomatic loopholes to defend a Taiwanese national. Eli's ex-wife Vanessa needs him to vet her for a political campaign.
Alicia worries that she will have no choice but to break confidentiality when the Treasury Department forces her to report on her latest client.
Alicia races to win a stay of execution for a vicious killer on death row because he holds vital information that could help another of her clients
Alicia and Will argue in front of a military judge when they defend a remote drone operator accused of murdering 12 civilians in Afghanistan
Alicia mentors Caitlin through her first arbitration case, and frets that she has been prioritising her work and her relationship above her family.
Lockhart-Gardner offers support to a police woman who is accused of shooting her husband for the insurance money
A couple whose divorce was overseen by Lockhart & Gardner during Alicia's first year with the firm have now reconciled and are suing the company
Alicia faces off against the US Treasury Department when she defends Dylan Stack, a lawyer who represents the creator of Bitcoin, an online currency.
A grand jury has been selected and it appears to be a foregone conclusion that Will Gardner will be indicted for bribing a judge
Lockhart & Gardner represents the families of three Americans who were detained and killed by the Syrian government during the uprising
Alicia defends a film-maker who is accused of being responsible for the suicide of a college student while making a movie about those who kill themselves.
Alicia must prove that allegations of sexual harassment against Lockhart & Gardner client Colin Sweeney are false or he will be forced out of his company
Alicia faces Louis Canning in court when the firm represents a client who suffered severe injuries when a snowmobile malfunctioned and struck a tree
Alicia takes a seat on a panel investigating alleged police misconduct. The case involves an officer who shot and killed a man on a subway platform.
Alicia and Diane represent one of three girls convicted of a murder at summer camp five years previously who has been offered a plea bargain by the state.
Alicia and Diane represent a judge who has been accused of misconduct during a murder trial he handled for the state as a prosecutor 20 years earlier.
Louis Canning and Patti Nyholm launch a suit against Lockhart & Gardner for fraud and malicious prosecution