Ivy Smythe is one of the first women admitted to practice law in England. Intelligent and independent, she hopes to work for women's rights and defend those less fortunate. She is shocked when her law partner father insists she defend a young aristocrat accused of murdering a prostitute.
The Honorable Bryan Henderson is the son of a baron and a member of the Society of Bright Young People. His privileged life of wild parties is threatened by the death of his older brother and the discovery of a corpse at his family's estate. The last thing he needs is a lady barrister!
While Bryan attempts to show Ivy who has the power in their relationship, Ivy struggles with her conflicting roles of barrister and attractive young woman. Together they experience the excitement of London's Jazz Age and a growing attraction neither can deny.