English is the weak link in many lawyers' careers. You can’t make it to a good law firm unless you have strong English communication, both in speaking and writing. You are likely to be judged by clients, peers, employers and judges harshly if you do not have good English communication. In High Courts or Supreme Court, it is impossible to do well unless you are really good with your English communication.
Substantive skills often come after your language skill, and not having good English communication is almost surely going to block your way from having a great legal career.
On the other hand, good English communication skills will open doors for you that are otherwise not available.
I am sure we need not convince those of you who are struggling with English proficiency as to why you must learn it.
We bring to you the most advanced course for lawyers to learn English - speaking, writing and communicating effectively and accurately, at a professional level.
If you buy an annual subscription, you only pay INR 50,000. Inclusive of taxes. Please note that we expect to increase the price to around 1 lakh per year in the future, as we can serve only a small class size given the way the course is designed.
Hard copy material will be provided to those who enrol for an annual subscription free of cost. An interest-free financing option from Bajaj Finance is available to pay in easy instalments. Get in touch with our team to discuss this further.
LawSikho 30-45 days refund policy applies to this course.
Please note that while we are using legal material to teach this course as the legal context is useful for you, we are teaching no law here. And please do not expect the teachers to teach you any law in this course.
Who should take this course?
Your gateway to a rewarding and fulfilling career in the legal profession. In this dynamic field, where knowledge and skills are key, this course is designed to empower a diverse range of individuals:
- Lawyers who want to move from practising law in various vernacular languages in local courts to practicing in the High Court or Supreme Court where English is mandatory.
- Law students who are struggling to get jobs or internships due to the language being a barrier.
- Lawyers who want to work on their business communication, oratory, and writing skills
- Lawyers who are unable to bag top corporate clients due to lack of polished communication skills despite having good legal skills.
- Lawyers or law students who studied in the vernacular medium and are not able to access opportunities due to the language being a barrier.
- Lawyers who want to work in the judiciary or other government jobs.
- Lawyers who want to get a stable and well-paid job at an LPO.
- Lawyers who feel underconfident about their performance due to imperfect grammar and syntax and get harshly judged at the workplace for language errors.
- Writing IELTS or TOEFL? We are teaching you way more than what you need to score well in those exams.
- Highly recommended if you are looking to migrate to English-speaking countries as a lawyer or going to such countries for higher studies.
What are the skills you can expect to learn?
- Develop a powerful vocabulary that helps you express nuances and finer points of your arguments and ideas precisely.
- How to use the appropriate language for various specific legal scenarios.
- Effective communication in client counselling.
- Writing notices and replies.
- Drafting documents in perfect English.
- Command over important technical terms and jargons.
- Communication in mediation.
- Use of language and communication skills in negotiations.
- Article writing.
- Communication for business development.
- Crafting powerful courtroom arguments.
- Enhancing the delivery of arguments and responding to questions.
- Communication skills for impactful business meetings with corporate clients.
- How to prepare for meetings and personal interviews.
- How to give expert opinion or quotes to journalists.
- Preparation and delivery for job interviews.
- Effective communication for training juniors.
- Effective communication with colleagues and reporting managers.
- Effective communication with CEO, Director level business leaders.
- How to be effective on Youtube videos.
- How to be effective in guest lectures or training sessions.
- Effective communication for public relations and reputation management.
- How to prepare and strategize for your cross-examinations from a communication perspective.
- How to craft arguments that land on judges, clients, your boss and the other side (during negotiations) quickly,
- How to draft effective memos and opinions.
- How to draft public statements for your clients or organization.
What benefits can you expect from the course?
- Rapidly discover your weakest areas and frequently made mistakes and fix them for once and all.
- Write and speak flawless English within months.
- A smooth shift from drafting and arguing in vernacular languages to perfect English
- Learn oratory skills so that you can do better in court, give speeches in events and gatherings, develop your own social media presence through video communication, get more clients with higher-paying capacity.
- You will be able to communicate with foreign and English speaking clients effectively.
- You will drastically improve your communication as you will be more coherent, confident and clear, leading to greater success in your career.
- You will develop strong listening skills and conversational skills that would make you a better lawyer in court, client calls, meetings, and in negotiation situations too.
- Better communication skills will make you a better colleague at the workplace, a more effective leader to your juniors, and a more interesting person in your social circles.
- You will be able to draft in perfect English, in a concise and precise language that will bring you admiration from your peers, judges, and clients.
- Weekly vocabulary exercises, phrasal verbs, grammar and syntax training
- Legal vocabulary and Latin terms list
Online 24/7 access
Access to basic study material through online learning management system, Android and iOS app. Recordings of all classroom sessions will be available.
Hard copy study material covering important chapters
Hard copy study material modules to be couriered to your address in India.
2 practical exercises every week, followed by written feedback
Live Online Classes to Teach Assignments Specific Work
Based on the exercises, there will be a live video-based online class. You can ask questions, share your screen, get personal feedback in this class.
Convenient Class timings
Classes are held after regular work hours. Typically classes are kept on Sundays or 8-9 pm on other days.
Live Doubt Clearing
You can ask questions in class, or on the learning management system when you read a chapter. You can also schedule a one-on-one session with evaluators to perform exercises or write articles.
What is the course methodology?
- Audiolingual method - Using this method, a learner will be able to listen and speak much before reading or writing. It ensures that the session isn’t only focussed on textual understanding, but also on comprehending the set data.
- Oral and situational language teaching - This is based on a structural view of language. Speech, structures and focus on a set of basic vocabulary items are seen as the basis of language teaching. An analysis of English and a classification of its prominent grammatical structures into sentence patterns. It ensures that learners internalise grammar rules.
- Grammar translation - the transition from controlled structures to the freer practice of structures, and from oral use of sentence patterns to automatic use in speech, reading, and writing.
- Task-based language teaching
- Extremely interactive
- Immersive method
- Language and content amalgamated and taught through various CLIL methodologies (Content and Language Integrated Learning) :
- BILD - Bilingual integration of languages and discipline.
- LAC - Language across the curriculum.
- EMI - English as a medium of instruction.
- FLIP - Foreign language immersion programme.
- Focus on assimilation and application.
- Task-based explanation of concepts in order to ensure the thresholds are being met.
- Weekly charts will be given and effective implementation of the same will be done.
- Weekly questionnaires will be shared, to check the understanding of the pupil.
- A stipulated time will be allotted at the end of each class to ensure that the doubts/questions are being cleared in each session
What is the career potential after doing this course?
This course equips you with essential skills that are highly sought after in the legal industry. Let's explore the exciting career prospects awaiting you. Upon completion of the Diploma in Legal English Communication, graduates will have a competitive edge in various legal professions and related fields.
- Legal Translator/Interpreter: Facilitating communication between clients and legal professionals in multilingual settings.
- Legal Writer/Editor: Crafting and editing legal documents, articles, publications, and content for law firms, legal journals, or legal websites.
- Legal Consultant: Providing specialized communication training and consulting services to legal professionals.
- Corporate Legal Departments: Supporting in-house legal teams with accurate and effective communication in legal matters.
- Paralegal: Assisting attorneys in research, document preparation, and communication with clients.
- Court Reporter: Providing verbatim transcripts of legal proceedings, ensuring accuracy in documentation.
- Legal Educator/Trainer: Teaching legal English communication skills in educational institutions or through private training.
- Freelance Legal Communication Specialist: Offering services independently to law firms, legal departments, or individuals in need of specialized legal communication expertise.
- Law firms
- Corporate legal departments
- Government agencies and ministries
- Non-profit organizations
- Legal consulting firms
- International organizations
- Judicial offices
- Legal publishing and journalism
- Law firms
- Corporate legal departments
- Government agencies and ministries
- Non-profit organizations
- Legal consulting firms
- International organizations
- Judicial offices
- Legal publishing and journalism
What kind of recruitment and placement support will I get?
We are the only organisation in India with such a comprehensive and exercise-based training methodology for courses. Many employers, law firms and companies are happy to recruit our high-performing students.
If you do well in your exercises and classes, we can help you to get jobs, internships and assessment internships in good law firms, with renowned lawyers as well as in various companies.
We believe in empowering our learners not just with knowledge and skills, but also with real-world opportunities. That's why we have a dedicated team in place to support you with placements, internships, and freelance opportunities.
Our placement team has a proven track record of success. Between April 2021 and June 2023, we have helped over 21000 students secure job and internship opportunities. Our achievements have been recognized by leading media outlets, including The Hindu, Business World, and India Education Diary.
We are proud to say that total value of work secured amounts to over Rs. 2.7 Crore or USD 3,30,000 by Lawsikho for its students. Our Student has record of securing Highest Domestic Earning of INR 30 LPA. (USD 37,500) & International INR 50 LPA (USD 62,500).
From the moment you enroll in our course, our placement team will be by your side. They will help you set goals and identify actionable steps to achieve them. Our support includes exercises to create a standout CV, mock interviews to enhance your confidence, and valuable assistance during your critical first month at an internship or job.
We have established collaborations with numerous recruiters who trust and prefer to hire through our platform. They recognize the caliber of our students and the comprehensive training they receive. By aligning with us, you gain an advantage in the job market and open doors to exciting career prospects.
What is unique about the course?
- Every week, you will work on one writing assignment, one editing exercise and one public speaking exercise based on a weekly learning objective
- We will work on a new theme every month, and cover a different legal situation or settings. For instance, if the theme in January would be cross-examination, in February it could be job interviews, in March it could be communicating with journalists and in April you may work on different kinds of notices.
- The goal of this course is not to teach you any legal work, but the English language and communication skills you need to succeed as a lawyer and these various legal tasks and situations only provide a context to this language and communications tutorials.
- The course is tough and intensive, you will not be awarded the certificate unless you complete the required number of assignments. You will have to invest 4-5 hours per week in developing your skills, in addition to the classes on this course.
- You will have interactive classes with high-quality discussions which will be taken by the experts of this course. You can get all the doubts resolved in the classes or even outside the classes through course groups and email.
- You will get personal attention and coaching from our trainers who will be assigned to you, and have access to a dedicated course anchor who will help you with submissions or any guidance or issues you may have as you progress through the course.
- You will receive in-line feedback for the assignments you submit, which will improve your performance to a significant extent.
- You will have access to other doubt clearing mechanisms also, in addition to the online classes such as a discussion forum where queries are responded to within a period of 48 hours, a WhatsApp group that will include your peers and batchmates as well as the course anchor, evaluator and support team from LawSikho.
- You will be trained in writing for six writing assignments during the term of the course and if these are of publishable quality, these shall be published on the iPleaders blog which sees a footfall of more than a million visitors a month.
Can I get remote freelance work after doing this course?
At LawSikho, we have two types of students: those who already possess good legal skills and those who are in the process of learning. We believe in enabling our learners to start earning from their knowledge without delay.
For students with professional-level legal skills, we offer opportunities in contract drafting, data & privacy, international business law, US immigration law, litigation support, and international IP law work, etc.
However, we understand that acquiring professional-level skills takes time. For those who are still developing their legal skills, we provide alternative work opportunities such as writing articles, conducting research, legal transcription, data entry, law firm administration, social media management, and more. Some students even engage in tasks like voice-over work, data compilation, translation, and virtual assistance.
We have established a dedicated team that actively pitches to organizations in the US to help LawSikho students find remote work.
We have set up a US entity to bridge the trust gap between US legal professionals and an organization operating from India.
We focus on getting learners their first three clients, guiding them in crafting impressive proposals. By the time they secure these initial clients, learners become well-adjusted to the process and can independently attract more clients.
They build their CVs and profiles with real work experience and testimonials, opening doors to numerous opportunities.
Getting started is often the hardest part, but at LawSikho, we make the process frictionless. We have witnessed law students earning well over $1000 per month.
Some students have earned $500 in their first month as a side gig. We have students who, after a year, now earn $10,000 per month. While some may start with $300, they make progress by learning new skills, improving their profiles, and pitching for higher-paying work.
Between April 2021 and June 2023, we created over 21000+ opportunities for our learners, resulting in thousands of students securing freelance work. The total value of work secured amounts to over $3,30,000 (Aprox INR 2.7 Crore). Additionally, hundreds of individuals found employment, and secured internships.
Please note that these numbers represent the initial gigs facilitated directly by us or those on which we actively collaborated with the learners. Students have also secured additional work beyond our tracking.
I enrolled for the LawSikho Diploma in English Communication with the intent to enhance both my oral and written communication skills. With about a trimester into the course and after attending 40 odd interactive sessions, I believe I am closer to achieving my objectives.
The course, with its emphasis on building a strong foundation in grammar, has also provided me with an impetus to read a plethora of articles and incrementally improve my vocabulary. The interactive nature of the course is quite refreshing and has made me lose my inhibitions of public speaking. Also, as an instructor, whenever required, Swaneet has shared constructive feedback which not only helped me improve my communication skills but also bolstered my confidence.
Investing three odd hours a week and an hour more in writing assignments has started paying dividends as I subconsciously incorporate the knowledge gained in my day to day communication. While I did procrastinate initially, I am gratified to have made a sagacious decision of joining this truly profound course.
I really want to thank both Swaneet and LawSikho team for creating an insightful and a very hands-on programme.
How will you clear my doubts and help me if I am struggling to understand or learn a concept?
Inside our learning management platform, you will have a dedicated space to ask any doubts you may have. Our team of experts is committed to addressing your queries and concerns within one working day, providing you with the support you need to progress in your learning journey.
If you require further clarification on the feedback received for an exercise or seek career guidance, you will have the option to schedule a one-on-one call. Our evaluators and mentors are ready to assist you, ensuring you receive valuable insights tailored to your specific needs.
Our platform offers a discussion forum where you can initiate discussions, share insights, and collaborate with others. Engage in meaningful conversations, gain diverse perspectives, and build a supportive community of like-minded individuals.
Money Back Guarantee
If you take this course, follow it diligently for a month, do all the exercises but still do not find value in it, or not able to understand or follow it or not find it good for any reason, we will refund the entire course fee to you. It is a 100% money-back guarantee with only one condition, you must pursue it properly for a month. If you don’t find it valuable after that, get your entire money back.
This course is recognized by the National Skill Development Corporation, a PPP under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of the Government of India. You will receive a certificate cobranded by NSDC and Skill India on successful completion.
This is how the certificate from NSDC and Skill India will look as per the current applicable format (may change as per the approval authorities):
Specific Learning Objectives
Grammar, Syntax and Reading comprehension
All the following segments will be taught through legal material, incorporating legal texts, articles, judgements, in order to enhance the understanding. There will be worksheets provided pertaining to the respective topic that is taught in each class. Reading and understanding a text is equally important. There will be comprehensions based on the respective topic taught each week. The comprehension text is also built on legal texts. We have adapted a holistic approach, in order to understand each parameter of learning a language efficiently.
- Week 1 - Introduction to basic grammar concepts in order to understand simple structures.
- Week 2 - Introduction to subject pronouns, to build a stronger base for further understanding of conjugations.
- Week 3 - Understanding Verbs - static, auxiliary, action.
- Week 4 - Profound and coherent understanding of verbs.
- Week 5 - Understanding the complexities of verbs.
- Week 6 - Stative Verbs and their functions in sentence structures.
- Week 7 - Incorporating Infinitives and constructing sentences.
- Week 8 - Recognition of Infinitives and its assimilation towards various direct purposes in sentences.
- Week 9 - Introduction to tenses.
- Week 10 - Understanding the Present tenses and their myriad uses.
- Week 11 - Future forms and assimilation.
- Week 12 - Introduction to Relative Clauses and incorporating the same in complex clauses and sentences.
- Week 13 - Using the past tense to express the present and future. The why and the how.
- Week 14 - Future continuous and its uses.
- Week 15 - Introduction to Conjunctions, its types, and clauses.
- Week 16 - Linking words to express disagreement and contrast.
- Week 17 - Phrasal verbs and their uses. Assimilation of the same in free speech.
- Week 18 - Introduction to Cleft sentences and their uses in adding emphasis to various parts in a sentence.
- Week 19 - Native speaker mistakes - recognition, understanding, rectifying.
- Week 20 - Complex native speaker mistakes - Irregularities and conditions of the same.
- Week 21 - Using Future tense as a tool to speak of the past - plans, predictions, and plans.
- Week 22 - Understanding articles and their importance in sentence construction. Kinds of articles and comprehending whether a sentence needs one or not.
- Week 23 - Understanding obligations and the correct way to express the same.
- Week 24 - Correct usage of for and since in present perfect tense.
- Week 25 - The differentiation between Future tense and Near Future tense.
- Week 26 - Understanding the difference between might, may, and could for expression various possibilities.
- Week 27 - Grasping and correct usage of structures like - too much, too many, enough, not enough, and very.
- Week 28 - Using comparatives and superlatives in free speech across all parameters.
- Week 29 - Advanced learner mistakes and avoiding the same.
- Week 30 - Essential Discourse Markers and their usage.
- Week 31 - Subject-Verb agreement and sentence construction.
- Week 32 - Subject-Verb agreement and it’s implied usage.
- Week 33 - Subject-Verb agreement advanced understanding of the usage and incorporating the same in language.
- Week 34 - Understanding the word ‘wish,’ the difference and correct usage.
- Week 35 - Incorporating soft skills with spoken English.
- Week 36 - Advanced Discourse Markers and usage of the same in free speech.
- Week 37 - Question tags, their placement and the right manner of usage in order to extract the correct information.
- Week 38 - Understanding Participles and using the same as a subordinate clause so as to express effectively in fewer words.
- Week 39 - Introduction to First Conditional, and sentence construction.
- Week 40 - Incorporating Second Conditional, and building complex sentences.
- Week 41 - Understanding Third Conditional, and it’s effective usage in all parameters for widening the language base.
- Week 42 - The intricate and essential difference between ‘if,’ and ‘whether.’
- Week 43 - The finer nuances between ‘let,’ and ‘allow.’
- Week 44 - Understanding adjectives and adverbs, and then moving onto Comparative adjectives and adverbs.
- Week 45 - Linking devices of contrast to aid better sentence formation.
- Week 46 - Understanding Intensifiers and their usage.
- Week 47 - Understanding complex Punctuation and its usage.
- Week 48 - Different forms of writing texts in order to produce effective arguments.
- Week 49 - Styles of writing and speaking
- Week 50 - Zero articles and its usage
- Week 51 - Singular and plural of irregular nouns
- Week 52 - Enhancing understanding and expression in text and speech
Listening and Oratory
- Week 1 - Greeting a police officer on a phone call
- Week 2 - Talking to a client to gather information
- Week 3 - Asking client for the right documents you need urgently to submit with a bail application
- Week 4 - Identifying the questions that a judge may ask during 156(3) hearing and preparing answers for them
- Week 5 - Seeking information from various departments regarding name, designation, contact details, etc. so as to draft an application to the respective person.
- Week 6 - Understanding the grounds for the rejection of the RTI, and discussing the way forward with colleagues and seniors.
- Week 7 - Discussing with journalists about how the government is withholding important and essential information; requesting them media coverage for the same.
- Week 8 - Briefing a lawyer to argue on your behalf.
- Week 9 - Convincing the perpetrator over a phone call to take a post down.
- Week 10 - Explaining to the media the reason before filing a defamation suit.
- Week 11 - Giving instructions and guidelines to a junior lawyer on how to draft a counter-affidavit.
- Week 12 - Discussing a strategy with your seniors about drafting written statements.
- Week 13 - Negotiate Non-disclosure Agreement
- Week 14 - Negotiate Co-founders Agreement
- Week 15 - Asking your senior for further instructions in order to draft notice for breach of contract.
- Week 16 - Pointing out to a counterparty that they are not acting in good faith.
- Week 17 - Talk to a customer representative regarding deficiency of service.
- Week 18 - Give feedback to your colleague regarding the first draft of a consumer complaint.
- Week 19 - Preparing a speech to present your case before a judge.
- Week 20 - Consulting a senior lawyer regarding the appeal.
- Week 21 - Make a video for YouTube describing your best day as a lawyer.
- Week 22 - Call up a lawyer inviting him/her to co-author a blog post.
- Week 23 - Make a video review of your favourite movie and tweet the same, tagging the director.
- Week 24 - Invite a potential employer or a lawyer that you respect to do a webinar with LawSikho. Call a mentor you respect very much to do a webinar with LawSikho, and if he agrees, call up the webinar coordinator from LawSikho
- Week 25 - Record a video review of the top 10 legal podcasts in the world as per you
- Week 26 - Brainstorm with a group of lawyers regarding how a certain podcast episode can be improved
- Week 27 - Write the script for an episode of your own podcast
- Week 28 - Strategize with a friend how you will entice a top lawyer to come to your podcast for a candid interview
- Week 29 - Explain to the group who is your favourite mooter on Youtube and why
- Week 30 - Explain 2 things you liked about a moot speech and 2 things you didn’t like
- Week 31 - Argue with logic - why should India be allowed to join the UN security council?
- Week 32 - Argue an issue from a moot court problem for 5 minutes
- Week 33 - Review a notice invoking arbitration and prepare a strategy to counter - together with a colleague
- Week 34 - Frame questions to ask an expert witness who you are going to bring before an arbitral tribunal
- Week 35 - Frame questions to cross-examine an expert witness introduced by your opposite party - in a respectful and polite way
- Week 36 - Framing the issues during a negotiation - practice with your batchmates
- Week 37 - Discuss your BATNA with a colleague
- Week 38 - Discuss the negotiation strategy with your client and take his/her consent.
- Week 39 - Make a concession during a negotiation deal and make a big deal out of it.
- Week 40 - Console a client who is extremely scared regarding going to jail.
- Week 41 - A client is hiding information while discussing the matter with you. Ask the necessary questions in order to find out the details.
- Week 42 - Persuade your client to pay the bills quickly.
- Week 43 - During a mediation, reconcile two opposing parties, who are unable to come to a common platform due to emotional issues.
- Week 44 - Review a resume and help your friend to find a suitable job.
- Week 45 - Informational interview
- Week 46 - Mock interview
- Week 47 - Seek feedback from the interviewer about your performance and what you can improve
- Week 48 - write a speech about your journey of learning to speak English
- Week 49 - Understanding kinds and styles of speaking and writing through audio and visual stimuli
- Week 50 - Articles and their impact on speech
- Week 51 - Enhancing the understanding of irregular nouns and working on structure in free text and speech (Listening & Oratory)
- Week 52 - Enhancing understanding and expression through visual and audio stimuli
- Week 1 - Identifying Parts of Speech in various texts and producing texts highlighting the same.
- Week 2 - Understanding subject pronouns and it’s usage in written text. Creation of texts around the same.
Monthly themes for activities and exercises along with weekly breakdown
Drafting police complaints
Application before a magistrate to direct police to register FIR
Right to information
Order rejecting RTI Application
RTI Appeal before Appellate Officer
Application before the State Information Commission or Central Information Commission.
Social media posts that constitute defamation
Affidavit and counter-affidavit
Breach of contract
Acting in good faith and mitigation
Notice for deficiency of service
Draft of a consumer complaint
Arguing your own matter before a judge
The appeal against an adverse order
Connecting with potential clients on social media
Connecting with celebrities on Twitter
Connecting with potential collaborators or employers on LinkedIn
Top legal podcasts in the world
How can you improve an episode of a podcast you already like
Create your own podcasts
Invite guests and interview on your podcast
Videos of various moot courts
What makes these speakers better than the others
10 best moot arguments ever
Create an original moot problem
Notice invoking arbitration
Statement of claim
Information gathering and listening in the context of Negotiations
Summarising positions, outlining areas of differentiations
Creating negotiation strategies
Listening with empathy
Understanding context and reading between the lines
Job interview and application
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Documents that would be used for language training
- Police complaint
- RTI related appeals, applications and communications
- Departmental notes
- Notices for breach
- Reply to a legal notice
- Contract to negotiate
- Sample complaints
- Sample bail application
- Sample applications for temporary injunctions
- A contract with lots of track change versions from two sides
- Settlement Agreements
- Sample CV for a mock job interview
- Sample articles
- Interrogatory Applications
- Statement of Claims
- List of Dates from an arbitration
- Defamation Suit
- Written Statement
- Writ petition
- Non-disclosure Agreement
- Co-founder Agreement
- Notice for breach of agreement
- Consumer complaints
- Moot memos
- Arbitration Notice
- Conciliation Order
- Statement of positions for negotiation
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We recommend that you should have completed your Higher Secondary / Class XII from a recognized Board / University. In the case of foreign nationals, you should have completed the equivalent of Higher Secondary in India in your respective country. You should also be comfortable with the English language and using a computer. However, we have no formal pre-qualification requirements because we are not a University or college. Anyone who wants to learn is welcome to join our courses.
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