"Understand that Law School is nothing like undergrad work. Your Law Studies will be all consuming of your time. There will be no time for anything but study and school."
I partially disagree. I am going to be a 2L at a Tier 1 law school (though not top 10). It's very true that law school and undergrad are completely different. In undergrad you could get away with just sitting in class very passively and still receive the best grade. And in law school, you will be studying MUCH more than you ever did in undergrad. Your typical night of studying in law school might even be more than your typical night of studying during Finals in undergrad.
Regardless, you WILL have time for other things besides study and school...unless you're one of those really paranoid students who spends every waking moment buried in a casebook not getting to know classmates and making friends. There are ample opportunities to have fun in law school. One night a week I made sure I didn't study past 9 PM. And on weekends, I'd wake up early to get all my studying done before the sun went down. That way, I had afternoons and evenings to spend with my girlfriend. I even had enough time to work out on a regular basis. I've never been as fit as I am now and that's because in law school, you have to create your own schedule. You fit things in that you want to fit in. If you don't want to do anything but study, then that's how you'll prepare your schedule. But if you want a life, you can have that, too. In the beginning it'll be difficult to gauge how much time you can spend on different things because everything is so new. But as you get used to your studying patterns and your abilities, you can start to shift your schedule around to better suit your needs. It all depends on your priorities and how you schedule things.
Then again, this is what worked for me. Different things work for different people.