I've always done well with minimal studying and hopefully that trend continues.
I have yet to meet or hear of anyone that was successful with this strategy.
Law school may be full of a lot of overstressed, hyper people, but the reality is that it takes work to do well in law school. The concepts themselves might not be tough, but figuring out how to combine them and apply them in various situations takes practice and work.
For example: It is easy to understand that green is green, and blue is blue. But what gets confusing is when you mix green and blue. Then you have to consider what happens when you throw in some red, and perhaps a little yellow.
Dont buy into the "hype" that you can get away with minimal studying, because even if you get the concepts you need to be practicing hypos and learning how to write law school exams.