I don't think there is a definitive answer to your question as asked. You're not asking for an objective fact, like "what is the boiling point of hydrogen peroxide at sea level?" You're asking for a classification. Different people could classify the same things many different ways. Like suppose I asked you what different kinds of motor vehicle there are. If you are a car salesman thinking about what people ask for when they come shopping for a car, you might say that there are sedans, convertibles, pickup trucks, vans, and motorcycles. If you are an energy company, you might say there are gasoline powered, diesel, and electric. If you are a government official responsible for determining import fees, you would divide them by country of origin. Etc. None of these schemes is "right" and others "wrong". They are all just useful or not useful for a particular purpose.
Same thing for "types of laws". We could talk about human law versus divine law. We could talk about moral laws versus physical laws. We could talk about canon law versus secular law. Etc. You really need more context to get a definitive answer.