Lewis Kennedy worked as a solicitor in a number of busy criminal law practices before he came to the Bar. Since calling in 2000 he has concentrated mainly on criminal law and on employment law regularly appearing in the High Court, Sheriff Court, Appeal Court and at Employment and Immigration tribunals.

Publications

The Laws of Scotland: Stair Memorial Encyclopaedia, Evidence 2nd Reissue (2024), Lewis Kennedy and Lynsey Rodger

Thesis Title: ‘Should there be a separate Scottish Law of Treason?’: http://theses.gla.ac.uk/81656/

‘How to Modernise the law of Treason Around a New Version of Allegiance’ 2021 Jur Rev 3, 117 Journal Article (advocates.org.uk)

Guo, Z., Kennedy, L. Policing based on automatic facial recognition. Artif Intell Law (2022). Policing based on automatic facial recognition | SpringerLink