DISCUSSION:INTERVIEW ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSYou will conduct an interview and respond to the Interview Assignment Discussion Board. Late projects will not be accepted. Masters-level writing, including correct use of English grammar and proper, current APA format are required. Further, you should follow all relevant directions already given for Discussions.Interview Assignment Guidelines: _You will identify a financial or accounting professional (e.g., a practicing CPA or an accountant working internally for a large organization (e.g., Fortune 1000 company, national non-profit organization, branch of the Armed Services, or a mega-church with membership over 1,500), whom you believe can share something with the class about some aspect of business law that they apply in their work. _You will set up an interview with an accounting professional who may be active or retired. _Interviews may be conduct in person, online, or over the phone.The Interviews: _Identify yourself as an MSA student doing research and make it clear that you will take no more than 30 minutes of the accounting professionals time. _Explain that you are in a business law class for accountants. _Tell your interviewee that you have identified him or her as a financial or accounting professional and that you wanted to find out a financial or accounting professionals perspective of the importance of an understanding of business law to his or her professional work. Have a good reason (e.g., personal knowledge, an article you have read, testimony of subordinates, etc.) _Discuss some of the core academic concepts you have learned in the course. You can find a good list to get you started by looking at the textbooks table of contents. _Be sure that you can contact your interviewee again to thank them and to ask them if you have any follow-up questions.Discussion Criteria _Submit a thread to the Discussion with a description of the interview. Include what you have learned about the importance of an understanding of business law to the accounting profession. _The description must be at least 1,000 words in length excluding the reference list.