Below are a selection of common and significant British reporters in the collection, listed in chronological order.
These selected abridgements organize cases by subject matter, similar to West's topical digests.
Like their American counterparts American Jurisprudence and Corpus Juris Secundum, British legal encyclopedias provide an overview of the entire body of law, citing to case law, statutes, and administrative law.
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