Most millennial attorneys are adopting technology that allows them to work remotely. But some observers caution that the easy accessibility of tech could lead to burnout and mental illness among current and future lawyers.

Working remotely is on the rise in the legal industry as law firms take cues from their clients in offering flexible work arrangements. Millennial attorneys entering the workforce represent a significant pivot in how law firms and departments allow lawyers to use technology.

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