Kenny’s practice is centred predominantly in the fields of commercial law and professional negligence but his ability to provide strong oral advocacy has seen him instructed in a wide range of cases, in both private and public law. He has appeared in cases relating to, amongst other matters, banking, the misuse of confidential information, professional negligence (involving accountants, solicitors, surveyors, engineers and doctors), intellectual property, partnership, planning, property law, sports law, fire recovery, flooding, private international law, telecommunications, extradition, freedom of information, human rights and challenges to Acts of the Scottish Parliament. He has appeared at all levels of the Scottish court system, including the Supreme Court. He also has experience of appearing at arbitration, public inquiries and disciplinary tribunals, both of professional and sporting bodies. He has been instructed for the United Kingdom government in relation to applications to the European Court of Human Rights. Chambers and Partners recommend him as "a sharp tactician with an assured court manner. He has a great manner with clients. He's excellent. Very thorough, practical and commercial."