In his role as President, Kenny manages the society’s relationship with over 60 partners and has overall responsibility for all Law Club events. Kenny is committed to a career in commercial law, having attended open days at a number of leading international law firms and Bright Network's Top 100 First-Year Lawyers in September 2016.
Kenny is actively involved in the Law School and sat on the Staff-Student Liaison Committee in his role as First-Year Representative. Kenny remains a member of the University of Bristol Law Clinic and works with fellow students to advise the local community. Additionally, Kenny was also involved in extra-curricular activities through the UBLC. He was a participant on both the mooting and negotiation competitions and was one of only six first-years on the Commercial Awareness Programme. Throughout first-year Kenny organised the London Court Trip and Spring Law Ball, raised over £200 at the Guide Dogs Awareness Day and launched the Non-Commercial Law Careers Guide.
Prior to university. Kenny worked as a barristers' clerk at family chambers One Hare Court in Temple, London. Kenny was responsible for securing work for junior tenants and the handling of private documents. Additionally, he has worked as a retail assistant at New Look and a waiter at Cosmo. Kenny is also involved with the Bar Pro Bono Unit where he previously interned. As President of the UBLC, Kenny hopes to increase collaboration between the Law School and the UBLC. In particularly he has an interest in social mobility initiatives because he is the first in his family to attend university from a non-selective state school in East London.