5 Series, 59 Episodes
When a financial scam destroys the reputation of young lawyer Maia Rindell and wipes out the savings of her mentor Diane Lockhart, the two women are forced out of the law firm where they work
Diane settles in as a new partner at Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad. Maia is still dealing with fallout from the financial scandal that engulfed her family. Lucca and Maia unexpectedly pick up a new case.
Adrian and Barbara come to a realisation about one of their high-profile clients. Lucca gets more than she bargained for when she acts as second chair to Diane. Maia goes to see her father in prison.
Diane and Lucca represent an ovarian cancer survivor who wants custody of her previously donated embryos. Somebody creates a fake social media account in Maia's name. Mike Kresteva visits the firm.
Lucca defends a TV show's writer in a copyright infringement case after he releases an episode online that the network decided not to broadcast. Mike Kresteva takes aim at Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad.
After landing a technology mogul as a client, the lawyers must find a way to combat hate speech on his social media platform. A visit from Maia's uncle causes her suspicions about her father to grow.
Mike Kresteva takes his case against Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad to a grand jury, but the firm devises a strategy of its own to hamper his efforts. Colin finds himself in an awkward position in court.
Carl Reddick makes a surprise return to the firm. A well-known local pastor seeks the lawyers' help. Lucca unexpectedly meets Colin's parents, while Henry attempts to reconnect with Maia.
Diane and Adrian get involved in another police brutality case, this time representing a surprising but familiar face: Colin Sweeney. Lucca helps Maia during her interview with a federal investigator.
Diane takes on a new client who is accused of cyber-terrorism, but there are unexpected repercussions for the firm, and especially for Lucca. An accident brings Diane and Kurt together.