I am a fourth year evening student at St Johns and can tell you candidly that going to law school part time and working full time is definitely a challenge. My biggest peave about the whole experience is how St John's offers applicants who did not quite get the grades to get into the day program , evening program seats. It is great for them, because they can transfer to the day program after the first year, but it sucks for the evening students because we are competing for grades with students who go to school part time and don't work.
Evening students get screwed in different ways too. There are programs that we can not be part of (clinics, externships, etc). Because this is both potential for making contacts and experience to put on one's resume, this creates another disadvantage. I find that most people in the evening program are a little older, after attrition, and not as grade competitive or cut throat as the day students.
I am still looking for a job, and I really can't tell you how OCI is because I have never had good enough grades to get interviews. (Must be top 20-25% to even get your resume looked at)
Just remember that everyone you go to school with was one of the smartest people in their undergraduate classes (this is how they were able to get into law school) and not everyone can be in the top 20%.
I swore that I would be top 10% because of my work ethic, boy was I wrong, it isn't just hard work.
Good luck and I hope to see you at an alum function sometime.