Im going to be going to school at night and work as a para legal during the day. Is it going to be possible to have a social life because Im not seeing it between school, work, and study time.
Larry -- I have a friend who is in evening school (I will also be in evening school) and she was relatively active in her Sorority, and still went out with us on occasion her first year.
Based on the schedule I've created for myself for the fall, I plan to have three hours in the evening on Friday and Saturday for social activities (and I've included monthly Sorority committments as well as work overtime needs). While you might not be able to keep it, I would suggest trying to make a schedule based upon your class and work times (adding in time to study and socialize) and then adjusting it as you see fit once the fall gets here (I plan to take off of work for a week around finals to make sure I have my outlines and stuff together)
I suspect that our social lives will be nothing like they were before for this next year, but I see no reason to completely cut out all of the things we enjoyed before law school.
*Something else I would suggest is to think about your career goals. If you're going to law school to get a job at a major firm and make loads of money, then you are very clearly going to have to spend a lot more time trying to get the best grades and getting onto important co-curricular activities, than a person who is simply getting a law degree because they think it would help them better understand a job they already have.*