Law Research Project Topics

Law degrees have always been among the most sought-after and widely respected courses to study at university. For many, a law degree is the first step along the path to a career in the legal sector, often followed by further study and training needed to become a practicing solicitor or lawyer.

There are 15 Top Law Research Project Topics

 

S/N Law Research Project Topics
1. Understanding Religious Laws and Religious Crimes in Developing and Developed Countries
2. The Roots of Hate Crimes in Nigeria
3. How Science can be used to Improve criminal Investigations
4. The Pros and Cons of Legalizing Prostitution in Nigeria
5. Analyzing the Crime Reports and Statistics in Nigeria and Ghana over the last 10 years
6. Can Laws help reduce Drug Abuse and Crimes in Nigeria
7. Analyzing Crime Prevention Laws
8. The Pros and Cons of Capital Punishment. Is it Justified?
9. The Influence of Mass Media in investigations in Developing and Developed Countries
10. Juvenile Justice Vs Standard Justice; the Similarities and Differences
11. How Police Interrogations Work in Developing and Developed Countries
12. The injustice of Wrongful Convictions and the Penalties Faced by Main Justice
13. The Loophole that is the Insanity Defense in Developing and Developed Countries
14. How Identity Theft works and How the Modern word has made it easier
15. False Confessions Penalties in Developing and Developed Countries
16. The Evolution of Feminist Criminology
17. Are the Laws in Developing Countries Outdated for Cyber-crimes?
18. Environmental and Wildlife Crimes in Developing and Developed Countries
19. The Intellect and Education of Criminals
20. The Evolution of Criminologists: from the 19th Century to The Modern Day
21. The State of Domestic Violence: The Difference Between Statistics and the real world
22. The Effects of Mental illness and Crimes in the Developing and Developed Countries
23. The Principles of Jury Selection in the Developing and Developed Countries
24. The Theory of Self-Control Vs Social Control
25. Exotic Crimes in Developing and Developed Countries. Why they are considered crimes there?
26. Crime Classification Systems in the Developing and Developed Countries
27. The International Criminal Court: When does it get involved?
28. Sexual Crimes and Punishment in Developing and Developed Countries
29. Analyzing the Psychology of Crime: Are some people more prone to commit crimes than others?
30. The Effects of Sociology and Statistics in Crime Prevention