I'm also working FT and going to school three nights a week. So far, the ony thing really killing me is the legal research and writing course. The amount of time I have to spend researching and writing (hence the name of the course, I suppose) is staggering.
As for cases, you can also find most of them briefed online. Just Google the name. If you read the case and think you understand it, you can pull up the brief online and then copy and paste whatever you feel like into your own brief.
My "briefs" are actually very long. Some of them are even longer than the actual cases. It's a bit misleading, though, because the case part that I write-up is generally fairly short (and mostly gathered from the web as a copy/paste with general edits to my writing style). After that, though, I add in info on Restatements that may be helpful, as well as read the general information on the BLL in the E&E and add notes from that. I also add any notes from class on that case into the "brief."
Once I start my outlines, I'll probably cut out most of the case specific info and just focus on the BLL. Having put all of the info from the E&E's and Restatements in my "briefs" will help me in that regard, as a means of review.
It definitely takes a lot of time, and my wife is probably going to sue the school any day now for loss of consortium
, but I actually feel like I'm learning while I'm briefing instead of just doing busy work now and trying to learn it all later for the exam.