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A. DIGESTS AND ENCYCLOPEDIAS
The Digest: Annotated British, Commonwealth, and European Cases. Comprehensive, earliest times to date. Subject arrangement. Annotated, with references to pertinent statutes and to Halsbury's Laws of England (an encyclopedia). Citator feature; Consolidated index; Consolidated table of cases; index at end of each volume; Detailed outline at start of each subject article.
Halsbury's Laws of England, 4th ed. Standard encyclopedia for both statutory and case law. Subject arrangement. Footnote references to cases, statutes, and statutory instruments. Unlike U.S. encyclopedias, places great emphasis on statutory law, has Consolidated table of cases.
Current Law. Several series (Current Law Monthly Digest, Current Law Yearbook, Current law Master Volume, Current Law Citators, and Scottish Current Law) provide digest of all phases of English law (cases, statutes, statutory instruments, and recent books and periodical articles). Subject arrangement.
No service in England exactly like U.S. Shepards.
In England, finding later citations is called "noting up" cases and statutes.