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In the 90-minute pilot, Mike Ross has always dreamed of becoming a lawyer but life has taken him in a different direction. However, when an unexpected opportunity presents itself, he soon finds himself becoming the new associate at one of Manhattan's top corporate law firms. There is only one problem -- he doesn't actually have a law degree.moreless
When Travis makes a return causing trouble Jessica and Harvey must work to hide it from Daniel. Meanwhile, Louis and Mike grow closer but Louis' paranoia threatens to ruin their new bond.
Harvey turns to an old colleague he use to have beef with, to help defend the firm.
Harvey’s defense of Ava hits a roadblock when the interests of her murder trial are at odds with Louis’ work to thwart a hostile takeover of Hessington Oil by a rival businessman.
Cameron continues to use dodgy tactics on Ava's case; Rachel visits law schools; Mike reflects on the past.
Although Jessica tries to rein in Harvey, he goes rogue when he needs to fix a crisis with a client. Meanwhile, Mike learns he has to host a dinner for the rookies and asks Rachel for help.
As Harvey and Mike take on an unorthodox case, Louis and Rachel team up, and Jessica runs into problems in her defense of the firm.
Following Trevor's intrusion Harvey must make an important decision about how he'll go about guarding Mike's secret also, Harvey entrusts Mike to close a major lawsuit.
When a pro-bono case comes up, Mike is eager to take it on; but he soon finds that it won't be that easy to win. Jessica struggles to stay detached from a client that Harvey is defending, as it's someone she knows from her past.
Mike must fight to prove Rachel's innocence as, an undefeated Boston Lawyer sets his sights on Harvey.
Harvey finds his past coming back to haunt him during a case when a Judge treats him unfairly in court for sleeping with wife; however, it soon becomes clear that's not entirely true. Meanwhile, Mike is faced with an ethical dilemma when Louis forces him to do something that could hurt Harvey and his relationship in order to secure a new high profile client.moreless
Taking a hard look at their present situation, Harvey and Mike must look into their past to see where their decisions have lead them.
Mike, Louise, Rachel and Jonathan Sidwell are all faced with life changing events and decisions. Some of them get the full realization what it means to have a family of friends.
Harvey must work a case with Louis but things between them and the opposing council get heated when their star witness suddenly dies. Meanwhile, Mike works on a case and soon finds that he has an important decision to make.
As Harvey's history starts to create some complications, Mike faces off against Devon in a mock trial.
Harvey goes head-to-head against Rachel's father on a gender discrimination case.
Harvey tries to win over an important figure whose vote will greatly affect the future of the firm.
Harvey and Stephen clash over Ava's case; Harvey and Jessica strategize; Louis gets Rachel's help with a broken contract.
Mike helps Rachel to prepare herself for taking the LSAT while, he and Harvey defend a woman who has been accused of insider trading.
Mike questions the firing of an executive, whom Harvey dismissed at the request of a client.
In the season finale, Harvey tries to free an innocent man but hits a wall when he goes to the district attorney, who seems more focused on preserving the system than seeking justice. Elsewhere, Trevor causes problems for Mike when he shows up on his doorstep.
Harvey is given the second chair position on an important case, as Mike works on the case of a tennis phenom.
An old friend needs Mike's help; Harvey must decide between money and helping his trusted driver.
Harvey's former mentor turns to his protégé when his office comes under investigation. Elsewhere, Mike and Louis try to settle a mogul's estate in the midst of family clashes; and Jenny worries that Mike is hiding something.
Harvey and Stephen work together on Ava's case; Mike invites Rachel to join him on a case.
Personal issues cause Mike to fall off the grid when Harvey needs him for the fight for the firm.
Things get uncomfortably close between Rachel and Logan Sanders. Also, Harvey and Mike agree to a temporary ceasefire, and Mike learns just how ruthless his new business partner really is.
Mike and Harvey adjust to their new paradigm. As they butt heads over strategy in Mike's first foray into investment banking, their new attorney-client relationship may be short-lived.
Harvey and Jessica take measures to protect the firm from an outsider trying to poach their clients, and Louis struggles to get his personal and professional affairs in order.
The SEC investigation comes to a head as Sean Cahill begins a round of depositions. No one at Pearson Specter is safe as the inquisition unearths secrets both professional and personal.
Mike has returned to Pearson Specter, and he's back to working with Rachel, in the wake of her confession about Logan. Jessica and Harvey try to outmaneuver the relentless Sean Cahill.
Mike moves to a hostile takeover of Gillis Industries. On the other side, Harvey and Louis pull out all the stops to make sure they win this takeover fight, and things take a personal turn.
When Mike takes a humanitarian case with the potential to jeopardize firm business, Harvey must decide how much to rein in his associate.
Jessica needs Harvey's help to drum up support within the firm with Hardman's return meanwhile, Mike confronts Rachel.
Harvey tries to put an end to the Gillis Industries takeover. But when Mike continues to play hardball, Louis sees an opportunity to make a name for himself by saving the day.
Cameron has Harvey's client arrested for murder; Katrina tries to win over Louis; a British version of Harvey arrives at the firm.