R. Dennison Keller is the Owner and Sole Member of the Law Practice of Dennison Keller, LLC. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Ohio and Kentucky. He is a summa cum laude graduate of the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, earning membership in the Order of the Curia. He is also a cumlaude graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
He is the current President of the Ohio Forum of Estate Planning Attorneys, and is President-Elect of the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. Dennison is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Ohio State Bar Association and the Cincinnati Bar Association where he participates on the Elder Law Committee.
In 2006, the Northern Kentucky Law Review published his article Older, Wiser and More Dispensable: ADEA Options Available Under Smith v. Jackson:Desperate Times Call for Disparate Impact, analyzing and predicting the future of age discrimination litigation.
Dennison is a frequent lecturer on the topics of Elder Law, Medicaid Planning, Veterans Benefits and Estate Planning at long term care facilities and hospitals across Ohio and Kentucky. He also teaches a bi-annual course on Elder Law at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, a continuing education program offered in conjunction with the University of Cincinnati.
Mr. Keller is active in the community, serving as a past President of the Board of the Building Blocks for Kids Foundation, and a past Vice President of the Mariemont Kiwanis Club. He has coached baseball and basketball for various youth leagues including Anderson Township Little League, Upward Basketball and Seven Hills School Baseball. He also serves as a Cantor at St. Vincent Ferrer Parish in Kenwood.
Prior to his career in law, Dennison worked as a television journalist. In fact, it was while covering news stories for various television stations across the country that he witnessed not only the callousness of elder abuse, but also the heartbreaking consequences that arise when dementia takes hold of a senior before the family can become equipped to deal with the long term care crisis. Ultimately, these experiences inspired Dennison to pursue his career in Elder Law.