law book

Definition of "law book"
  1. A text that covers various aspects of law consisting of statutes, case reports, case commentaries, summaries, and legal forms, and often supplemented with brief interpretations of statutes or case decisions. Such books are regularly updated to include recent laws and comments, and are shifting to digital formats like computer discs or online services
How to use "law book" in a sentence
  1. The attorney referenced various law books to prepare for the upcoming trial.
  2. Law students often spend hours navigating through law books to understand complex legal principles.
  3. Updates to a popular law book included recent case decisions, practical commentaries, and changes to state statutes.

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