Life hacks! Law student develops ‘e-codal’ site
A law student has found a way to make his life in school easier—and he’s willing to share his innovation to other students as well.
Rehne Gibb Larena of University of San Carlos developed “e-codal”, a personal website where all laws required to be studied in law school are made accessible.
“It started as a simple attempt at compiling Environmental Laws since there’s no codal currently available on the subject. Then it ballooned to this,” he said.
“The aim was also to have it online, accessible even in mobile devices, just in case I don’t feel like bringing my codals at school,” he added.
According to him, making the site cost him nothing, that’s why he decided to share it with everyone.
Here’s the link to “e-codal”: https://sites.google.com/view/e-codal