My iMac is running MacOS Sierra 10.12.6. I am planning to use LawTeX to typeset some law journal documents primarily using the templates in the LawTeX's examples folder. 1. I have located the current version of LaTeX on the LateX-project.org which is MacTeX-2017. The website also gives BasicTeX to download, based on my intended usage, (a) can I simply download the BasicTeX? (b) do I need to download the following MacTeXtras?
Extras: Software programs for bibliographies, the TeX Catalog Online (TCO), Editors & Front Ends, Equation Editors, Installers & Updaters, Scripts, and Spell Checkers. A "What's in Extras" document describing the applications, versions, licenses (where known) and click-able links for all of the software in the Extras Folder is available here.
Demos: Showcase items for ConTeXt, TeX, XeTeX.
Documentation: Information on Fonts; Sources for the WhatIsHere and WelcomeToMacTeX files, and a brief summary list of the Licenses for various applications included as Extras; plus information on "Starting Off".
(c) I have downloaded the LawTeX package from a sourceforge.net website with LawTeX-Doc by Mr. De Coro dated October 7, 2014. Is this LawTeX package the most updated for MacOS?
(d) After I install the LaTeX, how do I install LawTeX package into my system? I am not that familiar with using the terminal under MacOS.
Much appreciation for any suggestion or answer.