Stone has to retry one of his cases that's been overturned, all under the watchful eye of Posner; Dowd takes on a family court case involving an ex-girlfriend; and there are some additions to the firm.
Eli must make a hard choice at his disbarment hearing, Taylor and Patti clear some air, and Keith gets his first taste of life in a big law firm when he and Matt are assigned a star athlete's case who the district attorney wants to make an example of.
Dowd and Bennett continue to butt heads over the handling of the Jayson Turk case, and Eli is forced to second chair his malpractice case as his diminished firm status is driven home, and visions of a dragon lead him to an unlikely key to the trial.
Eli sues a high school at George Michael's request because the principal expelled a girl who played one of his songs at assembly, Taylor and Dowd sue a son for his bone marrow, and Nathan helps Eli find a surgeon.
Eli takes on Nate's case when he's accused of malpractice in a U.N.O.S. case, but Nate's secrets jeopardize the case and cause Eli's visions of the day his father died. Taylor's attempt to stave off Dowd involve her father and then Eli.