Where to Buy Law Books at a Discount - Divorce Discourse. These days, as I was reminded recently, I only use my law library as a conference and deposition room. I was doing a will signing out there the other day, and one of the participants asked me if I read all these books I had lining the walls. I realized that I hadn't cracked a book out there for years. I have a complete set of Southern Reporter, and many sets of specifically targeted sets that cover specific areas of law. But, since the creation of CD Roms in the Nineties, and the transfer of most primary and secondary law sources to the Internet after that, I never used paper volumes. They had become decorative elements in the library, and an anachronistic reminder of the old days. The only volumes I buy and read these days are the annual updates of the Rules of Civil Procedure, and bound volumes of the Florida Statutes. Although, computer research has even made the Statutes volumes obsolete. Does anyone remember pocket parts?