Definition - What does Law Book mean?
Law book can be referred to as volumes of books dealing with law, such as statutes, digest of cases, reports of cases, commentaries on legal topics, textbooks, encyclopedias, law summaries, legal forms and dictionaries.
Justipedia explains Law Book
Almost every law book is regularly updated and new volumes are introduced when there are enough changes to be made. Having said that, many of the law books have now been replaced by modern computer services.
In 2100 BC, the first ever law book was written for King of Ur.
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