Dennis is a well-known and well-regarded author on legal technology and other topics. He has co-authored several books on legal technology and social media topics, has written a regular technology column for the ABA Journal, and has published hundreds of articles on legal technology and other topics. This page provides a list of some representative writings and links to these articles.
The second edition of The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, by Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell.
LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers (Second Edition), Dennis Kennedy and Allison Shields
LinkedIn in One Hour, Dennis Kennedy and Allison Shields [The version for everyone other than lawyers]
Facebook in One Hour for Lawyers, Dennis Kennedy and Allison Shields
I have published hundreds of articles since debuting as the technology columnist for Lawyers Weekly USA in 1996. Due to the transitory nature of the Internet, some of these articles have become difficult to find working hyperlinks for. This page will be used to highlight recent articles and put together a good list of available articles. Although I have a set of standard writing outlets, I will consider requests to write articles and white papers.
“Lawyers Get Ready, There’s a Blockchain Coming” (with Gwynne Monahan)
ABA Journal Columns
The simplest way to see all the columns in to use this search link.
Reprints and Republication of Existing Articles
I routinely makes my articles and other materials available for reprinting and other licensed uses. I welcome inquiries about reprinting and licensing articles and other materials.
DISCLAIMER: The posts and opinions expressed on this blog and this website are solely the personal opinions of Dennis Kennedy. They do not represent or reflect (nor are they intended to represent or reflect) the positions, opinions, viewpoints, policies and/or statements of any employer or any other entity in which I have any ownership interest, with which I have any contractual or other legal relationship, or which is, was or might be my client or customer.