Working remotely can be a blessing and a curse. It allows lawyers to call, email or videoconference with the tap of a few buttons. But that accessibility can easily lead to exhaustion that can snowball into depreciating mental health.

The French government acknowledged such tech-fueled burnout when it passed a law in 2016 giving employees a “right to disconnect” as part of a larger slew of reforms to the country’s labor codes.

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