Be the prosecution or defense in court in this asymmetric 2-player card game!

Including the Private Eye, Casino Heist, Divorce and Solo Mode

Lawyer Up: Season 2

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Lawyer Up is an asymmetrical two-player courtroom drama card game where one player is the noble prosecution and the other the steadfast defense. Each game begins with the Discovery phase, where players draft vital evidence to support their case and bury evidence that might help their opponent. Next comes the Trial phase, where players call witnesses and play powerful arguments along with the evidence they drafted into their examination pools. To form a coherent line of questioning, players will need to chain together their cards by matching bias symbols. The player who can best examine the Witness by generating the most influence will spend the difference to sway the Jury to their side. Every game is different, but the lawyer with the best case and most convincing arguments will be sure to get the verdict they are after!

Includes three replayable cases:
Private Eye, Casino Heist, and

PLUS a robust solo mode!

Contents & Credits


Base Deck (52 Cards)
Private Eye Case (110 Cards)
Casino Heist Case (100 Cards)
Divorce Case (78 Cards)
Attitude Cards (12 Cards)
Solo Cards (51 Cards)
Judge, Reference, Promo (30 Cards)
2 Influence Dials, 12 Bias Tokens, 2 Discredit Tokens, 3 Dice, 2 Sidebars, 12 Juror Cards, 10 Assets, 9 Defendants, 6 Objective Tokens, 24 Clues and Red Herring Tokens, 1 Rulebook



Game Design and Development: Samuel W. Bailey and Mike Gnade
Illustrations: Sean Simmons / Vimes art (Base Decks), Vincent Christiaens (Divorce), JC Grande (Private Eye), Denis Medri (Casino), Jen Brazas (Casino)
Graphic Design: Joel Finch & Mike Gnade
Tech Editing: Andrea Dell’Agnese & Julia Faeta
Playtesters: Oliver Alexander-Adams, Audrey Bailey, Alexander Bruner, Samuel Bryant, David Gerrard, Tyler Kendig, Jared Keller, Spencer Klevgaard, Lukas Litzsinger, Gwen Ruelle, Yuri Danger Tolpin, G Kelly Toyama, Todd Walsh, Ryan Ward.

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