Volume numbers and pinpoint page numbers in two reporters are required for a traditional, parallel citation to South Carolina case law:
The links below are to specific pages on Thomson Reuters' website where these reporters can be purchased in print.
I just received my copy of 570 U.S.—the most recently printed volume of U.S. Reports. It covers cases through June 2013. Not a typo—June 2013. Six and a half years ago. pic.twitter.com/kDkvdgJTXk— Evan Young (@E_A_Young) December 17, 2019
Above, Texas litigator Evan Young tweets on December 17, 2019 that he just received the most recently printed volume of U.S. Reports—volume 570, containing cases through June 2013 (six and a half years prior). Within a day, more than 150 people, mostly lawyers, judges, and law professors, had "favorited" the tweet as a show of support.