"She was my mentor and my watcher. That's the way it was, I never thought anything different until I got out into the world."

Authors: Benton Burroughs

University students

In the most recent edition of our video series celebrating #SeeHer, partner Benton Burroughs says he grew up in a family where his mother was the dominant breadwinner, so when he became president of his law school’s legal fraternity, he helped change the bylaws to provide equal opportunity to female law school students.



To watch other videos in Reed Smith’s #SeeHer series, visit our YouTube playlist.