AbstractSince the start of the MaRBLe program at the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience in 2009, four cohorts of students have been given the opportunity to complete an extensive research project as their Bachelor’s thesis. In this special issue you will find contributions from students of each of those cohorts, who conducted their research in the area of Psychology and Law. The first article is an experience report describing the entire process from choosing a topic to finishing the thesis and presenting the results at a student conference. This article is especially of interest to students who are planning to participate in MaRBLe in the coming years. The remaining six articles are short research reports, each describing a different research project.