Hey everyone,

I'm a prospective LLM student seeking insights into the University of Toronto's LLM program. As a U.S. lawyer with a B.A. and J.D., along with four years of commercial litigation experience, I'm particularly interested in their commercial law specialization. I'm keen to know if my academics and experience strengthen my chances. My primary goal is to deepen my knowledge in commercial law, explore diverse litigation cases, and foster client development. I'm curious about the value of the thesis proposal and its relevance to the Canadian context. I'm considering studying consumer protection in commercial transactions with a Sub-Saharan Africa focus. I'd love advice on the viability of this topic. Additionally, I'm keen on opportunities like ILEAP and specific courses. Any insights on funding options, including scholarships and grants, would be helpful too. Thanks!