You don't have to worry about it. The law school schedule used to be on a staggerred track. they tried a progressive idea that alleviated any possible stress at the school due to exams by having the 1Ls take exams at a later date than the other law students. The idea actually worked, as there was never an atmosphere of stress around the school. However, the administration has decided to go ot a schedule more like that of other t25 schools; the school has never had a competitive atmosphere and changin the schedule wont likley affect it. Furthermore, there are so many libraries (8 of them) that the school offers for students that they dont have to worry about the law school library getting over-crowded. So I wouldn't worry about it too much.
As for law review, the top 10% get an automatic spot and the rest of the slots are filled by studnets who write on thorugh the competition. This is great, as if you grades are outside of the top 10%, you can still get on the journal. There are also 4 or 5 other journals, and only 260 students. Practically anyone who chooses to do the writing competition gets on a journal, which is a really benefciail attribute.
Let me know if you have any other questions.