Here I am with another list of dissertation topics for you, and this time we’re focused on giving away some great law dissertation topics. I’ll tell you a thing or two about picking out a law dissertation title as well. So, buckle up, my lawyers-to-be friends.
Remember that you should go through scholarly literature of law and decide what your areas of interest are. Then pick your topics based on your interest. This is what I made it easy in the list and divided it into four types of law related topics. There are many other areas of research within law research and I’ll be making more lists for you soon.
Law Dissertation Topics of Different Fields:
This post on Law topics is a mixture of topics from different fields of Law. By keeping the need for topics in a particular field of Law, we have drafted posts on each field separately. Following is the list of posts on different fields of law to find the research topics in the specific law field.
List of Law Dissertation Topics:
The topics given in this list are examples. If you want to use any of these, make sure you make improvements in them to turn them into titles that are closer to your area of interest and seem original. If you copy these titles as they are, you’ll be running the risk of coming across other dissertations with the exact same research question, and that can’t be a good thing.
Criminal Law Dissertation Topics
Global effects of the War on Terror on criminal law.
Burden of proof in Quarantine- is there a difference?
An evaluation of the requirements for causation in different situations.
Law of omissions liability and its evolution: A literature review.
Establishing a relationship between criminal law and domestic violence.
The need for and importance of international law and procedure- a review.
The legal impacts of British colonial rule on local administration within the colonies.
The importance of burden of proof in a Court of Law.
The language of causation and implications for the layman.
How has digital technology impacted domestic violence?
Business Law Dissertation Topics
Benefits to international business contracts: A comparison of English sales law and the CISG.
An exploration of opportunities in international laws for business corruption.
Arbitration proceedings in modern UK and the importance of LexMercatoria.
An exploration of the important ethical considerations in Business law in the UK.
How important is it for SME managers to be cognizant of local business laws? An investigation.
Valuation of ethics by bankers in business law?
Legal nudges and SME managers- an exploration.
Understanding international business transactions and implications for national laws.
Tracing the historical components of common law.
International laws in relation to loot boxes- an extended essay.
Employment Law Dissertation Topics
A critical analysis of discrimination policies in English firms.
The employment contract and its unique features in the English banking sector.
Employment laws for the digital age.
Influence of unions on employment contracts: A critical study of the Britain.
Understanding the relationship between employment laws and criminal offences in the UK.
Developing an understanding for employment protection legislation in the UK.
A study of dismissal laws in the UK and business practices.
Application of employment laws and factors for dismissal in the UK.
Mental health and employment laws across Europe- generating a rationalised understanding.
What does the law in the UK guide about employees’ rights to wellbeing in the workplace?
Abuse at the workplace and what is being done about it?
EU Law Dissertation Topics
A poison called Brexit: Critical analysis of the UK’s separation from the EU.
Uniting for Division: Effects of EU formation on member states’ parliaments.
Brexit and EU economy: How has the UK’s decision affected EU trade.
An analysis of criminal and business law in the EU context, international law and national law.
An exploration of substantive laws in the EU.
Mapping the structural changes for business ethics in EU law.
Citizenship law and the EU- clearing out ambiguities.
How is EU law rationalizing employee rights to privacy in the digital environment?
Is the EU law superior? An argument.
Consumer rights, cartels and the EU- an evaluation.
Climate change directives addressed in EU law.
What types of economic crises have influenced EU law modifications? An investigation.
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