A work in progress
Whitney Johnson has said that our “superpowers” are the things we often get complimented for and routinely deflect the compliments because “everyone can do that.” People who are known for generating
A work in progress
Whitney Johnson has said that our “superpowers” are the things we often get complimented for and routinely deflect the compliments because “everyone can do that.” People who are known for generating…
The Biggest Disconnect in the Legal Industry?
We seem to be living in a time when what is most important today already seems like old news tomorrow. It’s difficult, on so many levels. The seeming comfort of a “return to normal” appeals more than the discomfort of change and innovation. However, either/or is…
Joanna Goodman recently asked me for some tips on how firms can go about balancing the need to control costs and manage the expectations of their partners and staff with investing in innovation to retain and win business and maintain competitive advantage as lockdown is lifted.
What should firms’ (especially mid-sized firms) priorities be for
To celebrate the publication of our new book, Make LinkedIn Work for You, A Practical Handbook for Lawyers and Other Legal Professionals, by Dennis Kennedy and Allison Shields (available on Amazon), Allison and I wanted to provide a brief excerpt from the book: forty-seven tips to help lawyers and other legal professionals…
Everywhere I look, people are doing some kind of “best of 2019” lists. I thought I’d jump into the retrospective waters and take a look back at my best 2019 posts.
First, though, the best quote about me in 2019:
Dennis is Yoda. – Jordan Furlong
Thank you, Jordan.
As I rummaged through my…
This post will probably end up being a part of a series of posts that I think of as “DennisKennedy.Next.”
The law school semester has ended and now ready to launch some of the new things I’ll be doing going forward. Expect to see more on that in the next month or so.
[NOTE: I wrote the first version of this article in 2010. The article was one of the earliest practical articles on digital estate planning and, in its own way, was influential. It is also one of many of my articles that can no longer be found on the web because of publisher website issues.