Tine management is a big key to law school success.
Here's one solution: don't try to do all the reading. No seriously, you could get As never reading a single case, unless you have one of those profs who expects a case brief on the final (which I here happens at some schools). If you have the typical fruitcake hypothetical exam, case reading won't help much anyway and if you don't have the right perspective on case reading i.e. that they present hypos to be varied and exercised.
I view a line of cases as a series of examples and explinations (law students will puke at the pun).
[I believe my grades were effected by this.] For example, in civ pro the A+'s went to the two students who produced better than 28 pages in a 3 hour exam. I typed as fast as I could during that exam and barely squeezed out 11 pages. The lesson you ask? TAKE A TYPING COURSE AND GET FAST NOW.