Wow. I haven't been here since a year ago when I was a soon-to-be 1L. Now that my first year is over, I can easily say that reading any of these books is useless. One L scares you too much. Law school is MUCH easier than many of these types of books portray them to be. Don't get me wrong, law school can be a scary place if you choose to make it scary, but many people are there together, with no clue how the process really works, and so they all help each other out through those tough times. Sure there are hardships, but it's law school, it's supposed to be hard at times. The best thing to do now is to relax and enjoy your free time. It's going to be a LONG time before you get any more down time like this. Once law school starts, you're up and running at a fast pace and as soon as you know it, you're a 2L.
Hey Anxious, why don't you describe your typical weekly schedule for us? How many hours did you spend in class, outlining, reading, at the library, working out, drinking, getting laid, etc? And where do you go to school?
My typical weekly schedule changed as time passed. In the beginning, because EVERYONE seemed smart and ready to tackle all law school obstacles, I spent the majority of my time reading at the library. Eventually, I found out I could be a much more efficient reader at home. Soon enough though, you learn your own rhythm. Some people read in between every class, before class, and after class late into the night. I opted to keep my sanity. I read between classes and before class if class begun after 9 AM. After class, I'd hit the gym (probably 4 or 5 times a week), then have dinner, then read. Luckily for me, I live with my girlfriend who is wonderful! She cooked all my meals, packed them up for me if I needed to stay at school, cleaned up our apartment, took care of bills and chores, made $$$, and provided some much-needed relief/intimacy during some stressful times even at really odd times of the day and night.
I can't really tell you how much time you'll spend doing each of the things you listed because it varies widely depending on your priorities. I was never a really big drinker so I ended up not having much time to drink. Well, except on Thursday evenings. But other than that, I rarely ever had alcohol. There are some things that are unintentionally sacrificed, though. For example, I ended up going to law school closer to my hometown, which I haven't lived near since 8 years earlier. Yet I rarely saw my family or friends. Most of my time was spent with other law students or my girlfriend.
Point is - if it's a priority in your life, you'll find time for it. If not, it'll fall by the wayside temporarily. Law school does take up a LOT of time, but you'll still definitely have time to do other things with your life.
Oh and as for school, I'm at a tier 1 school on the West Coast (not top 10, though).