I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing in response to the letter you wrote regarding your experience in your business law class. I agree with you because the course was a tad challenging. This is indeed, what the professor said in week one and I concur with you. I am glad I took up the challenge and thrived. Same to you, the class is a stepping-stone to me. It will help me learn how to converse in an office setting. The lessons learnt in the class have opened my eyes because I now understand what business ethics entails. My perception about the topic is now different compared to the time I joined the class.
At first, just like you, I had to read a paragraph close to three times to understand it. Accordingly, I had challenges in writing and referencing. Right now the challenges are no more. Moreover, the experience has been good because the course has enlightened me to judge. I now understand how an arbitrator is supposed to analyze a case. Furthermore, I have been able to critically and dimensionally understand the importance of a signed contract and properly informed business decisions (Crane &Matten, 2016). The information I have gotten from the class has been tremendously helpful in my personal and professional life. For instance, I have had the opportunity to work with esteemed general contractors, subcontractors, and restaurant owners’ setting throughout out my career. I am aware that this is on a completely different level and there is so vast knowledge yet to be acquired.
Nonetheless, I agree with you Monica that we have covered a lot of useful and critical knowledge throughout the eight weeks. Although, I cannot say that I fully understand everything, I have a better understanding of how the system works. The experience was idyllic, and I look forward to using the knowledge learnt in the corporate world.
Crane, A., &Matten, D. (2016). Business ethics: Managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization.Oxford University Press.