Next semester I'm doing Sociology of Law, Mental Health Law (and a dissertation on Administrative Law).
Sociology of law looks amazing -How do law schools produce the "unconscious transformation" of law students? Bordieu, Durkeim, Habermas etc. This fits in very well with a reading group I'm starting when I go back.
Mental Health - basically bunch of funny scenarios about mentally ill people and the legality of treatment and punishment and stuff
Also, Environmental Law. I'm torn betweeen Law, Art and Literature and Family Law.
Basically, learning is fun. Tell me about your academic interests.