Centers on Ingrid Yun, an idealistic young lawyer, struggles with her moral compass and her passions as she fights to climb the partner track at an elite New York City law firm.
This story is about a handsome young boy who secretly falls in love with his beautiful senior at school. Time passes, and the senior becomes a smart and talented lawyer; while he becomes a handsome student completing his degree. As he studies, he follows his crush around, trying to win her heart. Although she has a good feeling towards him, the smart lawyer isn't sure if she should accept his heart because there are other qualified young men wooing her.
Lawyer and recovering alcoholic Abigail Bianchi is struggling to put her career and family back together after hitting rock bottom. As a condition of her probation, Abby is forced to work at her estranged father’s firm, Svensson and Associates, and practice in family law for the first time while forging new relationships with the half-brother and half-sister whom she’s never met. The result is a dysfunctional family law firm operating to help other families with their own dysfunctions.
Jinake Saman is the university moon in the engineering faculty, known across the whole campus as the hottest moon. There was the saying among the campus “Nothing and no one was hotter than Mr. Jin!” One day when he broke up with his girlfriend, Aim, he fell apart in despair. He later discovered that the girl who broke his heart was the cousin of law student Be Bomb. Jin misunderstands that Bom and his cousin were flirting when actually he likes Jin. Bom has liked Jin since he was a freshman one year ago after Jin exchanged Bom’s lunchbox (because he couldn’t eat anything spicy) with his own food and rice. As feelings grow between them, can Jin understand Bom’s true intentions and come to see Bom as more than just a junior?
Luo Bing is a senior partner at Panorama Law Firm. He is a lawyer who cares only about winning cases. Dai Xi goes to his law firm to argue with him about her best friend's lawsuit and by chance becomes his assistant. At first, they don't get along, but soon they begin to understand each other and Dai Xi's respect for Luo Bing grows. Luo Bing also inherits some of Dai Xi's empathy for others and learns that practicing law is more than just winning. They both grow and become reliable partners in law.
John Fan Siu-Yue and James Jiu Lik-Wang are both well-known barristers for handling criminal cases in Hong Kong. They have known each other for thirty years, as classmates and pupils under the same mentor, but have been feuding since the first day of law school. During a rough time in his romantic life, John met TV anchor Ophelia Mok; they married after a short affair but divorced just as quickly. When Ophelia coincidentally meets James, the grudge between the two lawyers deepens.
UN human rights lawyer Morten Topsøe is sent to Cambodia to catch war criminals. He falls in love with a woman who, at the age of 15, was an executioner during the Khmer Rouge reign of terror. Ultimately, Topsøe finds himself torn between the fight for justice and the protection of his loved one.
A drama about the life and times of larger than life barrister, Michael Bungay. Spanning several decades chronicling good, evil, rights, wrongs, strengths and flaws, all centred around one of NZ's most infamous characters.
Journalist Kayama Seiji who is covering the war zone, gets shocking news that Shinozuka Yoshio, the criminal serving time for the murder of a young girl 12 years ago, is actually innocent. At that time, Kayama reported on that case. Convinced that Shinozuka was the criminal, Kayama had proceeded to write the news stories, but he is proved to be wrong after the passage of 12 years. Shinozuka's lawyer, Ishihara Yoko, holds a press conference where she criticises the sloppy investigation by the police and speaks of suing for the suffering during the 12 years that Shinozuka had lost. However, Shinozuka's daughter, Miho has mixed feelings for her father who is released from prison at this late stage.
Justice is a British drama television series which originally aired on ITV in 39 hour-long episodes between 8 August 1971 and 16 October 1974. Margaret Lockwood stars as Harriet Peterson a female barrister in the North of England. It was made by Yorkshire Television and was based loosely on Justice Is a Woman, an episode of ITV Playhouse broadcast in 1969 in which Lockwood had previously also played a barrister. The theme music was Crown Imperial by William Walton.