Looks pretty well-rounded. Payment Systems and Secured Transactions are a little redundant. I would swap Payment Systems out in favor of Labor & Employment law. You should also think about doing a clinic instead of one of those writing courses because you'll get both writing and valuable hands-on experience in a clinic.
What are you taking this year?
Does your school give you credit for being on Law Review?
try balancing classes with exams and paper or other requirements. Unless you're convinced you want to take five semester-end exams. And find out your school's policy for giving credits for journal/law review work. Remember that you generally don't automatically remain with the journal in third year - you have to be selected as an editor.