This week's main case was focused on a software company who Lockhart/Gardner believed was playing a vital role in a revolution in Syria, which led to multiple deaths.
It became extra personal for Will because he was trying to "hit a home run in his last at bat," as Diana put it. Meaning what, exactly? The bar board gave Will the option of accepting a six-month suspension for the $45,000 he took so many years, or of fighting the accusation and taking his chances.
Will chose the suspension and the episode ended with him walking out of the firm.
- Alicia was handed one of Will's case in his absence. All we know right now is that it involves Kalinda and taxes.
- Eli agreed to work on his ex-wife senate campaign.