In case the display controller offers an HDMI input or an input you can get an HDMI adapter for, I guess you would be able to use the display with your Pi. If it has no HDMI input I would expect it to be - at least - difficult. If you don’t have experience with display controllers I would probably refrain from spending the money and time…
If you should manage to connect the laptop display to your Pi (and receive a signal ) I suppose the Touch Display plugin will not be the limiting factor. It primarily runs the xserver and chromium browser which is output to the display suitable connectors of the Pi.
Regarding touch: If the touchscreen signals of the laptop display should not be transmitted via a known connection type (physically, electrically and software wise) my estimation from above that such a screen would not be worth the time and money is all the more true IMHO. If touch should be transmitted via USB it should work.
Sorry, can’t recommend you a screen.