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Is your firm recruiting new talent? As a service to our members, the OCBA posts attorney job openings on our website at no cost. Simply send your job announcement including details on how to apply to the OCBA at info@ocbar.org.

 

TRIAL ATTORNEY - SACRAMENTO - Updated 11/15/2019

The United States Trustee Program (Program) is seeking an attorney experienced in litigation practice and bankruptcy law to oversee bankruptcy cases filed in the federal judicial districts covered by the Region and/or field office, litigate enforcement matters on behalf of the Program, oversee private trustees, handle appellate matters, and refer criminal conduct identified in connection with bankruptcy case oversight. The Program seeks to hire and cultivate talented trial attorneys and provides them with frequent and meaningful court experience on a variety of issues arising in bankruptcy cases. Click here to apply.

 

LEGAL SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST - Updated 11/15/2019

Small OC law firm is looking for a self-motivated receptionist/legal assistant to ensure smooth running of the office and effective case management. They will provide a broad spectrum of legal services under the supervision of an attorney. Job details can be found below: Click here to apply.

 

EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION ATTORNEY - Updated 11/15/2019

FedEx Express has a litigation team in Irvine that handles all aspects of employment litigation defense for the company in California, including filing responsive pleadings, engaging in discovery and law and motion practice, trying cases to verdict before juries, and handling issues on appeal. FedEx is beginning the process of hiring a mid-level attorney with employment litigation experience and subject matter knowledge. We anticipate this position will post on 11/22/19 at https://careers.fedex.com/fedex. Interested candidates should send their resume to cjyost@fedex.com.

 

LITIGATION ASSOCIATE - Updated 11/1/2019

Kutak Rock LLP, a national law firm, has an immediate opening for a 3 to 5-year litigation associate in its Irvine office. Candidates must have strong communication and writing skills, be self-motivated, and have the ability and confidence to work independently. Experience in business and commercial litigation preferred. All candidates must be currently admitted in California. Please submit a writing sample when applying. Kutak Rock offers a collegial working environment with a competitive benefits package. Click here to apply.

 

SUBCHAPTER V TRUSTEES - Updated 11/1/2019

The United States Department of Justice, Office of the United States Trustee, seeks resumes from persons wishing to be considered for inclusion in a pool of trustees who may be appointed on a case-by-case basis to administer cases filed under the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (Subchapter V), which amended chapter 11 of title 11 of the United States Code (Bankruptcy Code). The cases are filed in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the locations listed below. Subchapter V trustees receive compensation and reimbursement for expenses, in each case in which they serve, pursuant to court order under section 330 of the Bankruptcy Code. Click here to apply.

 

TRIAL ATTORNEY - LOS ANGELES - Updated 10/24/2019

The United States Trustee Program (Program) is seeking an attorney experienced in litigation practice and bankruptcy law to oversee bankruptcy cases filed in the federal judicial districts covered by the Region and/or field office, litigate enforcement matters on behalf of the Program, oversee private trustees, handle appellate matters, and refer criminal conduct identified in connection with bankruptcy case oversight. The Program seeks to hire and cultivate talented trial attorneys and provides them with frequent and meaningful court experience on a variety of issues arising in bankruptcy cases. Click here to apply.

 

TRIAL ATTORNEY - SACRAMENTO - Updated 10/24/2019

The United States Trustee Program (Program) is seeking an attorney experienced in litigation practice and bankruptcy law to oversee bankruptcy cases filed in the federal judicial districts covered by the Region and/or field office, litigate enforcement matters on behalf of the Program, oversee private trustees, handle appellate matters, and refer criminal conduct identified in connection with bankruptcy case oversight. The Program seeks to hire and cultivate talented trial attorneys and provides them with frequent and meaningful court experience on a variety of issues arising in bankruptcy cases. Click here to apply.

 

DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY I/II/III - Updated 10/24/2019

DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY I ($65,144.35 - $97,667.86 Annually). This is the entry level class in the Deputy District Attorney series. Incumbents are employed in the Office of the District Attorney and are considered deputies to the District Attorney. Incumbents are given supervision and guidance by higher level attorneys on initial assignments through formal and informal work review. Promotion to the next higher level of Deputy District Attorney II is based upon demonstrated ability and satisfaction of the experience requirement.

DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY II ($79,002.77 - $118,410.45 Annually). This is the second level class in the Deputy District Attorney series. Incumbents are employed in the Office of the District Attorney and are considered deputies to the District Attorney. Positions in this class are distinguished from positions in the lower class of Deputy District Attorney I by assignments which require more specific legal experience and are performed with less supervision and review.

DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY III ($98,182.45 - $146,689.92 Annually). This is the journey level class in the Deputy District Attorney series. Positions in the class are distinguished from Deputy District Attorney II by assignments which require demonstrated ability to effectively perform the complete range of legal work in the field of prosecution. The class differs from Deputy District Attorney IV in that positions of the latter class prosecute the more difficult and complex cases involving multiple defendants, multiple charges, and serious consequences of error, and/or function as lead supervisors over journey level attorneys.

Click here to apply.

 

DISABILITY RIGHTS CALIFORNIA - Updated 10/24/2019

Disability Rights California (DRC) is a statewide, non-profit legal organization dedicated to advancing the rights of Californians with disabilities and their right to live with autonomy, dignity, and respect in a barrier-free, inclusive, and diverse world that values each individual and their voice. Multiple job openings are available.

 

FAMILY LAW ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY - Updated 10/24/2019

Bremer Whyte’s Newport Beach office is seeking a Family Law Associate Attorney with at least 4 years' of experience in high net worth Family Law Litigation. An ideal candidate must be motivated, reliable, and able to work independently for a professional firm. This opening is ideal for an attorney, ready to take their career to the next level with a highly reputable and international based firm. This opportunity will task the chosen candidate with the ability to work alongside a partner who is a Certified Family Law Specialist. Candidates should have experience analyzing, researching and drafting briefs, addressing sophisticated legal issues in complex family law matters. Experience with trials, taking and defending depositions, briefing and arguing dispositive and discovery motions, interfacing with clients and opposing counsel, and attendance of hearings are preferred. Must be able to work well in a team environment, hold exceptional interpersonal communication skills, and have a strong desire to develop and advance their legal career. BWB&O is committed to inclusion and diversity in the work place. We are heavily focused on career development, along with, providing employees with a healthy work-life balance. BWB&O offers a competitive market-based compensation package based on experience, an aggressive bonus program, dental, medical and vision insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, and 401k. Please submit cover letter, resume, and writing sample of a Memorandum of Points & Authorities to tlenahan@bremerwhyte.com .

 

WESTERN STATE DIRECTOR OF CAREER SERVICES - Updated 10/16/2019

Work closely with Assistant Dean to develop and implement strategies for career counseling, outreach, and programming services to law students and alumni, including both traditional and alternative careers and professional development. Meet with and counsel individual law students. Participate in employer outreach and career services administration responsibilities, including data collection and job postings. Perform other duties as assigned. Click here to view the full job description. Applicants can send their resume and cover letter to dekelly@wsulaw.edu to apply.

 

RESEARCH/INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN - PART-TIME TEMPORARY - Updated 10/7/2019

Reporting to the Associate Director for Library Services, the Research/Instruction Librarian collaborates with other law librarians to develop, expand, and provide library services including reference and research services; teaches in the library’s instructional program; and participates in other activities to fulfill the Law Library’s role in supporting the research and educational needs of the Law School community. This position requires a strong commitment to teaching legal research skills essential to the practice of law, a deep understanding of the Law School’s curriculum, faculty research interests, library operations, legal information resources, and research methodologies in all formats. This is a temporary, non-exempt staff position scheduled to work up to 19 hours per week, for a duration of up to 900 hours in total. The expected duration of this position is up to ten months, with the discretion of the University to extend or shorten the duration of the assignment. Click here to apply.

 

FEDERAL PUBLIC DEFENDER - Updated 10/3/2019

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit invites applications from all qualified persons for the position of Federal Public Defender (FPD) for the Central District of California. This position will be available on or after October 1, 2019. The FPD Office is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, and maintains fully-staffed branch offices in Riverside and Santa Ana, CA. The appointee will manage an annual budget of approximately $40 million and an office of approximately 225 employees, which include attorneys, paralegals, investigators, and administrative personnel. The term of appointment is four years, renewable upon demonstration of highly satisfactory performance in office. The current authorized annual salary is $166,500. The Office of the Federal Public Defender provides federal criminal defense services to individuals unable to afford counsel. An applicant must satisfy the following conditions: (1) be admitted to practice before the highest court of at least one state; (2) be a member in good standing of every state Bar of which he/she is a member; (3) have a minimum of 5 years of criminal practice, preferably with significant federal criminal trial experience; (4) possess administrative expertise; (5) have a reputation for integrity; and (6) be committed to the representation of those unable to afford counsel. Click here to apply.

 

ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY - Updated 9/30/2019

Associate Attorney wanted for Newport Beach law office with 5 to 10 years of civil litigation experience. Candidates must be prepared to take and defend depositions, make court appearances (e.g. Case Management Conferences, Law and Motion, etc.) and appear at and conduct trials (depending on experience).Candidates must be a member of the California State Bar, who can work independently, and as part of a team. Candidates must also be organized and familiar with all aspects of the litigation process, including court rules, procedures, and deadlines, demonstrate effective planning, problem-solving, and analytical skills, exercise sound judgment, have the ability to prioritize workload and assignments, and possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Please submit resume and writing sample with salary requirements to stephen@angelowhitelaw.com.

 

DIRECTOR OF LAW CAREER SERVICES - Updated 9/30/2019

Director of Law Career Services at Chapman Fowler School of Law has opened up. If interested, you can learn more about the position here. All questions about the position can be forwarded to Dean Susie Park at suspark@chapman.edu.

 

STAFF ATTORNEY 1 - Updated 9/25/2019

Disability Rights California (DRC) is a statewide, non-profit legal organization dedicated to advancing the rights of Californians with disabilities. DRC works to achieve fairness and justice for people with disabilities through individual and impact litigation, state and federal policy and regulatory advocacy, and community education and training. We are a diverse, statewide team of attorneys fighting against the discrimination and segregation of Californians with I/DD. Our team uses a combination of impact litigation, legal representation and public policy to help people with I/DD. In representing people with I/DD, our current goals include: challenging discrimination by public entities; combating the use of segregated employment and sub-minimum wages; avoiding institutionalization and criminalization; ensuring access to public benefits and community based services; and addressing the intersectional needs of our clients. Click here to apply.

 

COMMUNITY JUSTICE FELLOWSHIP - Updated 9/25/2019

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada announces the creation of the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada Community Justice Fellowship, sponsored by Paul Padda Law. Legal Aid Center will award a one-year Community Justice Fellowship to a law student graduate, outgoing judicial law clerk, or an attorney with less than 3 years of postgraduate legal experience who wants to work in a public interest law firm and learn how the top legal aid in Nevada assists over 125,000 individuals a year. Click here to apply.

 

ATTORNEY - Updated 9/25/2019

Very busy South Orange County litigation defense firm is seeking an attorney with 3-7 years litigation experience. Experience in insurance defense, employment, and business litigation is desired but exceptions can be made for the right candidate with other litigation background. We are looking for someone who wants to be a litigation and trial lawyer, is comfortable in the courtroom, is experienced in taking depositions, has excellent law and motions and civil litigation skills, and enjoys client contact. ABA law school, ability to work well with others, and excellent writing skills are required. The firm provides benefits including 401k with matching, very generous vacation policy, mentoring by highly experienced trial attorneys, and a hardworking but congenial environment (previously voted as one of the best places to work in Orange County). Salary commensurate with experience. Please email your resume with a writing sample to JDaugherty@WZLLP.COM.

 

ASSOCIATE ATTORNEYS - Updated 9/23/2019

Newport Beach office of Los Angeles based law firm seeks two associate attorneys: (1) one with 0-3 years' experience to assist automotive industry clients in regulatory and litigation matters, and (2) one with 2-4 years' commercial litigation experience. Graduation from accredited law school is required. Class action and product liability experience a plus. Competitive salary and benefits. Please submit resume and recent writing sample to recruit1@lhlaw.com.

 

MID-LEVEL ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY - Updated 9/23/2019

Carlson & Jayakumar LLP is a growing Southern California health care and employment firm with a focus on representation of heath care professionals, hospitals systems, medical groups, and skilled nursing/assisted living facilities. C&J is a small, family friendly, boutique law firm offering a supportive environment where an associate can develop professionally yet maintain a healthy work/life balance. We are seeking to hire an excellent attorney with at least three to five years of litigation and/or administrative experience who is also interested in developing a general healthcare practice. Experience in a healthcare setting and familiarity with one or more of the following: health care regulations, health care-related business transactions, physician employment matters, licensing board actions, Stark and Anti-Kickback laws, and/or health-care related litigation strongly preferred. Excellent references and academics required. If you are qualified and interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Jehan Jayakumar at jehan@cjattorneys.com.

Skills and Experience:

  • Licensed CA Attorney
  • Billing between 1,500 and 1,800 hours/year (salary dependent on hours billed)
  • Experience or strong, documented interest in healthcare law
  • Applicants should include their resume and cover letter
  • Compensation will be commensurate with skills and experience
  • All inquiries confidential

 

DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY I, II, III - Updated 9/19/2019

The mission of the Office of the Orange County District Attorney is to enhance public safety and welfare and to protect and respect crime victims and to create security in the community through the vigorous enforcement of criminal and civil laws in a just, honest, efficient and ethical manner. The District Attorney's Office has opportunities for Deputy District Attorney I, II, and IIIs who will be a positive influence in making Orange County a safe place to live by supporting the District Attorney's mission. The selected candidate(s) will be assigned to any of our various locations or units within the Legal Division. Click here to apply.

 

FULL-TIME STAFF ATTORNEY – IMMIGRATION UNIT - Updated 9/19/2019

The Public Law Center (PLC), Orange County's pro bono law firm, is committed to providing access to justice for low-income residents. Through volunteers and staff, PLC provides free civil legal services, including counseling, individual representation, community education, and strategic litigation and advocacy to challenge societal injustices. Now in its 38th year of service, PLC works with more than 1,500 volunteer lawyers, paralegals and law students from throughout the county who volunteer their time and expertise. PLC is seeking a staff attorney to join its dynamic Immigration Unit, to provide services to low-income residents in the areas of U visa, T visa, asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, DACA, naturalization, and deportation defense. Click here to view the full job description.

 

FULL-TIME PARALEGAL – HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION UNIT - Updated 9/19/2019

The Public Law Center (PLC), Orange County's pro bono law firm, is committed to providing access to justice for low-income residents. Through volunteers and staff, PLC provides free civil legal services, including counseling, individual representation, community education, and strategic litigation and advocacy to challenge societal injustices. Now in its 38th year of service, PLC works with more than 1,500 volunteer lawyers, paralegals and law students from throughout the county who volunteer their time and expertise. PLC is seeking a paralegal to work with its Housing and Homelessness prevention unit as it expands the services provided to low-income and underserved tenants throughout Orange County. Click here to view the full job description.

 

FULL-TIME STAFF ATTORNEY – HOUSING AND HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION UNIT - Updated 9/19/2019

The Public Law Center (PLC), Orange County's pro bono law firm, is committed to providing access to justice for low-income residents. Through volunteers and staff, PLC provides free civil legal services, including counseling, individual representation, community education, and strategic litigation and advocacy to challenge societal injustices. Now in its 38th year of service, PLC works with more than 1,400 volunteer lawyers, paralegals and law students from throughout the county who volunteer their time and expertise. PLC is seeking a staff attorney to expand and increase services in its Housing and Homelessness Prevention unit, through a mix of individual representation, impact litigation and local and state advocacy. Click here to view the full job description.

 

FULL-TIME SOCIAL WORKER – CONSUMER LAW UNIT - Updated 9/19/2019

The Public Law Center (PLC), Orange County's pro bono law firm, is committed to providing access to justice for low-income residents. Through volunteers and staff, PLC provides free civil legal services, including counseling, individual representation, community education, and strategic litigation and advocacy to challenge societal injustices. Now in its 38th year of service, PLC works with more than 1,500 volunteer lawyers, paralegals and law students from throughout the county who volunteer their time and expertise. Click here to view the full job description.

 

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ASSOCIATE - Updated 9/17/2019

Goldberg Segalla LLP, a dynamic and rapidly growing law firm with a national and international practice, seeks a Workers’ Compensation associate in its Orange County office. This position offers a very competitive salary, bonuses, and a full benefits package. Send resume with salary requirements via email to attorneyresumes@goldbergsegalla.com.

Goldberg Segalla is one of the largest and fastest-growing law firms headquartered in the United States, with a footprint that reaches from Los Angeles to London. Our nearly 400 attorneys serve regional, national, and international clients from over 20 offices, with teams based in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, St. Louis, and other major business and economic centers across 10 states. We look to hire only those people who are excellent at what they do and are dedicated to the pursuit of client service and quality representation within a Best Practices framework. We value team spiritedness, collegiality, and interpersonal harmony within our working community. We are a firm that believes in diversity in the workplace and we offer a professional and positive work environment to each and every member of our team.

 

ATTORNEYS, SPECIAL ASSISTANT INSPECTOR GENERAL - Updated 9/16/2019

Positions exist in Sacramento, Bakersfield, and Rancho Cucamonga - OIG attorneys monitor CDCR administrative and criminal investigations and employee disciplinary cases. Annual salary: $122,076–$156,792 plus outstanding benefits. Must be an active member of the CA State Bar and have 8+ years of full-time experience in the practice of law. For info, visit https://www.oig.ca.gov/pages/employment.php or call the Office of the Inspector General at (916) 255-1129.

 

APPELLATE DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY III - Updated 9/12/2019

As an appellate prosecutor you would be charged with preparing and arguing appeals in the Appellate Division of the Superior Court, the 4th District Court of Appeal, and the California Supreme Court, responding to petitions for writs of habeas corpus and conducting evidentiary hearings in civil courts countywide, writing and responding to original writs of mandate and prohibition, responding to trial attorney questions with appropriate legal authority in a timed setting, arguing complex legal motions in trial cases, reviewing potential prosecution witness misconduct to make credibility and ethical disclosure recommendations, including Brady litigation and disclosures. Click here to apply.

 

JUDICIAL STAFF ATTORNEY - Updated 9/3/2019

This recruitment will fill a current vacancy in our Family Law division, in addition to establishing a hiring list for future vacancies. Under direction, researches legal issues and recommends judicial action on matters pending before the Court. Employees perform professional level, criminal and/or civil legal work in support of law & motion and trial calendars. Attorneys may also advise the Court on legal aspects of administrative and operational issues. Click here to apply.

 

CONTRACTS ATTORNEY - Updated 9/3/2019

Niagara Bottling’s legal department will be moving its headquarters to Diamond Bar and looking to hire a few in-house attorneys for a Contracts Attorney role. This person would handle all types of contracts/transactional matters across all subject matters and will work very closely with the internal business units at the company. Looking for someone with anywhere from 5-8+ years’ experience, but we’re open/flexible for the right fit. To apply, email Chris Seide at cseide@niagarawater.com.

 

ATTORNEY - Updated 8/19/2019

Growing civil litigation law firm in Tustin seeks experienced attorney. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years civil litigation experience. Firm specializing in construction claims and litigation, and related litigation. Clients include not only contractors and subcontractors, but also material suppliers, architects, engineers and owners. Please submit resume, writing sample and salary requirements to ahenry@mouzislaw.com.

Qualifications and Skills include but may not be limited to:

  • Additional job requirements include: 5 years minimum civil litigation experience;
  • Strong writing skills, strong research skills and a thorough knowledge of civil procedure in state court are a must;
  • Extensive knowledge and experience with Outlook, Word and Excel is a must.
  • Admittance to the California State Bar required;
  • Drafting pleadings;
  • Law and Motion;
  • Taking and defending depositions;
  • Court appearances;
  • Pre-trial work and some trial/arbitration experience a plus;
  • Must be currently licensed in California.

 

SUPERVISING ATTORNEY  - Updated 8/19/2019

The Youth Practice Group at DRC represents students with special needs in individual and systemic matters. The Supervising Attorney works under the direct supervision of the Managing Attorney and in collaboration with other staff in their legal, advocacy, and outreach efforts. The Supervising Attorney will provide direct representation in administrative due process hearings and state complaints, as well as work closely with Litigation Counsel on systemic litigation and advocacy. Click here to apply.

 

DIRECTOR, LEGAL SERVICES - Updated 8/15/2019

San Diego Superior Court is seeking qualified applicants for an upcoming vacancy for the executive management position of Director, Legal Services. Under administrative direction of the Court's Executive Officer, the position of Director, Legal Services provides direction and oversight with regard to all legal issues affecting the court, providing guidance and support to judicial officers and management; serves as counsel to the Presiding Judge and the Executive Officer; and performs related duties as required. This single position executive management class is responsible for legal services provided throughout the court, both adjudicative and administrative. Click here to apply.

 

ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY - Updated 8/14/2019

Manning Gross + Massenburg LLP is currently searching for an Associate Attorney for their Irvine office. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with defense litigation experience in product liability, toxic tort or asbestos who is specifically looking to further their career by taking on an important role as part of a growing office of a national law firm. Manning Gross + Massenburg LLP (MG+M) is a national litigation firm with deep expertise in a wide range of practice areas. We approach litigation as a unified team, integrating our efforts with those of our clients to advance their interests wherever they do business. Our goal is always to deliver optimal results at the best possible value. Click here to apply.

 

ATTORNEY, PIXAR ANIMATION STUDIOS - Updated 8/12/2019

Pixar Animation Studios is looking for an attorney to fill their Counsel I position in Emeryville, CA. This position executes essential functions of the Legal and Business Affairs Department by working on the film clearance pipeline, drafting and reviewing contacts in the support of the studio's business and filmmaking operations, and providing guidance and direction to productions and studio departments on a variety of legal issues. For more information on this position, please click here.

 

ASSOCIATE, FISHER PHILLIPS LLP - Updated 8/12/2019

The Irvine office of Fisher Phillips seeks an associate with 2-3 years of experience. The ideal candidate will be comfortable drafting and responding to discovery and initial pleadings, and drafting and arguing motions. Significant experience in employment litigation is preferred, but candidates with substantive litigation experience and a demonstrated interest in labor and employment law will be considered. Candidate must have excellent academic credentials, strong writing and analytical skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects. Successful candidate will be a self-starter with the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Must be admitted in California. For more information and to apply, please click here.

 

ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY (LITIGATION) - Updated 8/7/2019

Kutak Rock LLP, a national law firm, is looking for a litigation associate with 2-5 years' experience for its Los Angeles and/or Irvine offices with substantial experience in environmental, toxic tort and product liability litigation. Please submit resume and a writing sample when applying. Kutak Rock offers a collegial working environment with a competitive benefits package. Principals only. Recruiters, please do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers. Click here to apply.

 

ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY - Updated 8/5/2019

The Office of the Orange County District Attorney (OCDA) represents the People of the State of California in criminal and civil proceedings in the Superior Court of California and appellate courts of the state. The mission of the OCDA is to enhance public safety and welfare and to protect and respect crime victims and to create security in the community through the vigorous enforcement of criminal and civil laws in a just, honest, efficient and ethical manner. The OCDA is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant District Attorney (ADA) of the CIU. The Conviction Integrity Unit (CIU) of the OCDA is responsible for investigating claims of factual innocence presented by defendants who were convicted of serious or violent felonies or other qualifying crimes. The ADA of CIU would be responsible for the supervision and management of the CIU under the direction of senior OCDA management. Click here to apply.

 

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