The fourth season begins with Jane and Owen's Italy trip being interrupted by Kim, who wants her to return home to take on a lucrative hug case. Meanwhile, Stacy seeks advice from a relationship guru.
A 16-year-old video-game genius sues his father; Kim represents her dad in an eviction case; Stacy and Nikki decide to go into business together; Luke becomes more involved in Jane's personal life than she would like.
Jane takes on a wrongful-termination case; Kim and Parker represent Owen's sister in her divorce hearing; Grayson helps Stacy and Nikki with legal matters concerning their business.
The producer of a reality makeover show is sued; Parker is shocked when his son appears at the firm; Teri helps Stacy open her new business; Grayson and Owen get competitive in basketball and love.
Jane creates an international crisis when she seeks asylum for a young Bhutanese woman who is being forced to marry a prince. Meanwhile, Parker and Kim defend a teacher who is accused of making illicit online videos with his wife.
A faulty oil rig leads to the death of an engineer; Parker's ex-wife fights for sole custody of their son; Jane battles uncertainty about where Owen is and what it means for their upcoming nuptials.
Jane defends a former babysitting charge who is accused of murdering another teen. Meanwhile, Parker tries to woo a potential investor in the firm; and Teri and Stacy discover some news about Owen that leaves Jane devastated.
Jane visits one of her former professors at law school and is asked to assist a student with a case. She agrees but is surprised to learn that her professor is the opposing counsel. Meanwhile, a man in a wheelchair sues after he is hit by a food truck.
Jane and Grayson defend a woman who is addicted to eating her late husband's ashes. Meanwhile, Teri tries to launch her music career as Lady Bodacious; and Kim and Parker deal with the aftermath of Gina's actions and what her partnership in the firm really means.
Jane defends Deb's mom, who is being sued for pushing a student in her dance class and causing a potentially career-ending injury. Famed dance instructor Abby Lee Miller testifies in the case. Meanwhile, Grayson and Kim help a former classmate accused of creating an indecent sculpture.
Jane represents the mother of a teen girl who was placed on life support after attending a rave. Meanwhile, Grayson and Kim take a case involving a gay sperm donor; and Teri and Luke pretend to be Jane and Owen at a wedding-menu tasting with a celebrity caterer.
Jane achieves Web stardom after giving Nancy Grace a black eye while her lawyer idol looks on. Elsewhere, Stacy faces a business crisis when a customer claims he owns the patent on the Pake.
A woman refuses life-saving surgery to remove a tumor because the cancer has suddenly made her brilliant; a songwriter is sued over claims that her lyrics lead fans to attempt hug; Grayson reveals his feelings for Jane on her wedding day; Parker discovers Kim's secret.