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Law students show they can perform outside of the courtroom

  • [Cabaret for the Cure]
    Cabaret for the Cure took to the stage at the Grand Theatre to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society.
  • [Cabaret for the Cure]
    A student does a little breakdancing during the Cabaret for the Cure, hosted by Queen's Law Cancer Society.
  • [Cabaret for the Cure]
    The Cabaret for the Cure featured a variety of dance performances by law students as well as a fashion show.
  • [Cabaret for the Cure]
    A group of law students perform a routine during Cabaret for the Cure at the Grand Theatre of Friday night.
  • [Cabaret for the Cure]
    The annual Cabaret for the Cure was held for the first time at the Grand Theatre in downtown Kingston.

It was a night of dancing, music and fundraising as the annual Cabaret for the Cure was hosted by the Queen's Law Cancer Society.

Students from the Faculty of Law at Queen's University took to the stage on Friday, March 13, performing dance routines and a fashion show all in the name of fun and raising nearly $14,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.

For the first time the event was held at the Grand Theatre in downtown Kingston.