The failings I found with the show is that they got a bit too distracted for my taste with the soap opera sub-plots and ignored the legal cases, which were generally quite interesting, but often handled in a too-cursory manner. Also, I wished that they'd accept their own premise -- that a brilliant young man didn't go to law school, but read through all the law books and was good enough to pass bar exams he took for others. And he gets hired knowingly by a hot shot lawyer to a prestigious firm as a supposed Harvard grad. If they accepted their premise, unbelievable as it is, and then just moved on, it was fun to watch. But in periodically putting the guy in jeopardy of being found out...that was always problematic for me, because if they were going to get that believable, then things could only fall apart and get bizarrely convoluted...because the premise is utterly unbelievable. So, just accept your unbelievable premise and move on.
But okay, I could accept that, sort of. Up to a point.
And I took the series off my my DVR's series list.
I'll keep an eye on it, and if an individual episode looks look, I'll check in on it. Because the show has smart dialogue, interesting characterizations, and good acting. But it just got far too convoluted for its own good.