There are so many dramas focusing on lawyers. It is easy to name the most popular ones, such as Good Wife and Suits. People always find the professions exciting and challenging. And when they are on TV, the story behind the scenes is revealing an intriguing. Exploring the legal dramas around the world, what kind of lawyer interests you most?

1. The Attorney (Movie)

Song Woo-seok has no clients, connections, or even a college degree, but his eye for business and appetite for money turn him into one of the most successful lawyers in town.

Within ten days of its release, The Attorney had been seen by over 3.4 million people in South Korea. By the end of the year, it became the 8th best-selling local movie of all the time.

Now The Attorney will come to DramaFever on March 14 for Premium users in the united States and Canada. Sign up for premium for a 50% discount to watch.


2. Divorce Lawyers (Drama)

Divorce lawyer Luo Li believes in love and marriage despite her specialty. Meanwhile her colleague, Chi Hai Dong, believes love is lie and marriage is hell. Their professional warfare migrates into their personal lives when they find themselves neighbors in the same apartment building.

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3. Pride and Prejudice (Drama)

When a high-profile case lands on his desk, ace prosecutor Koo Dong Chi (Choi Jin Hyuk) is tasked with whipping his scrappy team into order, including rookie Han Yul Moo (Baek Jin Hee), a rising star who's driven to serve justice. But given his curious romantic history with Yul Moo, an even greater battle of wills emerges outside of the courtroom: on top of fighting for blind justice, both Dong Chi and Yul Mool struggle to fight against being blinded by love in this blend of the head and the heart.

This is the last drama of Choi Jin Hyuk as the male lead before he enlists for military service. Catch Oppa's legal performance and watch it here.


4. Divorce Lawyers in Love (Drama)

Ko Cheok-Hee (Cho Yeo-Jeong) worked as a lawyer and she would do anything to win her case. So Jung-Woo was her office manager. He pointed out any mistake made by Ko Cheok-Hee, which irked her. Their relationship was rocky at best. Now, they meet again at a law firm, but So Jung-Woo now works as a lawyer and Ko Cheok-Hee is the office manager.

This drama will come to DramaFever in April. Sign up for new episode alerts HERE and stay tuned.

Besides The Good Wife, Suits and Boston Legal, more legal dramas from around the world are coming to DramaFever. Tell us what kind of lawyers you find most interesting.