Attorney Cameron Benton
Cameron Benton graduated, with honors, from Mississippi College School of Law in 2003. Upon graduation, Cameron went to work for Judge Glen H. Davidson, then Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, as a law clerk for two years. Cameron briefly worked for Butler Snow in their labor and employment section before returning to the United States District Court working as a career law clerk for approximately five more years.
While working for the District Court Judges, Cameron obtained invaluable experience in a variety of practice areas. In 2011, Cameron returned to her childhood home in Rankin County and began working for the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office as a criminal prosecutor. After eight years of prosecuting, Cameron decided to join Ringer, Lingold and Spencer where she works on chancery matters such as child custody, divorce, adoption, civil litigation such as personal injury and contract disputes, as well as some criminal defense cases. When she is not working for clients, Cameron is a wife and mother of two girls.