I'm really enjoying law school. 9 to 5 is plenty of time for me to do all of my reading & 1st level note-taking, I've made a few good friends (people that I legitimately think highly of, not just "friends of necessity"), I use my time at home to work ahead sometimes, sometimes outline, but usually just watch football, play SCII, and kickback a few beers. I've got a girlfriend, but if I didn't, the girls in my class are actually pretty attractive, especially compared to the hell hole that was my undergrad.
Plus, I dig the material. Law school rewards those who thrive on uncertainty and making creative arguments (at least mine does). I took a look at some practice exams last week, and all of the issue spotters are basically in complete gray areas- the profs make it pretty clear that knowledge of "the rule" will not even get you to median (though it is necessary). What matters is how creative and logical your arguments are, and well you can use precedent to that end. Not claiming to be great at that or anything, but I do like it.
It does help my stress level that I have substantial contacts in a pretty strong secondary market (that I would love to go back to), so I don't have to worry as much about 1L summer work, and I only need to finish above median to essentially be guaranteed an associate position in that market. Definitely takes the edge off.
I really don't understand the complaints about it being like highschool. Maybe my school is just different. Maybe it's because I have a serious girlfriend and when I go out it's to play pool or watch football. I just think of law school as a job- work comes first, and as long as I have a few good friends, I could care less about socializing with everyone else.