Cooley announced Tuesday that the firm is not instituting a mandatory return to office or a minimum number of in-office days for the remainder of 2021, according to a firmwide email signed by administrative and legal practice partner Mark B. Pitchford.

Personnel working in or visiting a U.S. office on a voluntary basis are required to be vaccinated by Labor Day, with some personal exceptions, the firm added.

Cooley’s announcement comes just days after Morgan Stanley CLO Eric Grossman told the company’s law firms in a letter that he wants their lawyers to get back in the office. Cooley has recently represented Morgan Stanley and other underwriters in several corporate transactions, according to deal data from Radar.