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New team at the top in Teesside!

Posted by Lotty Reeves on 7th December 2017

It’s been a busy year here at Endeavour Partnership and we some exciting growth plans for next year so we’ve put a new management team into place. And we wanted to share the news with you!

Paul Bury, one of the founding partners of Endeavour Partnership in 1999, remains as managing partner. He is joined on the management team by Lee Bramley as finance partner, Stephen Elliott as HR partner and Sharon Hutchinson as operations director.

Lee Bramley joined Endeavour in 2002 and heads up the commercial disputes and  insolvency teams, while Stephen Elliott leads the employment department, having joined the firm in 2015.

Sharon Hutchinson was recruited as Endeavour’s practice manager in 2014 and has since then played a pivotal role in the firm’s business development and recruitment.

We now have a team of 54 and hope to create around six new jobs in 2018.

Paul Bury said:

“I have no doubt that Endeavour is Teesside’s leading business law firm and that judgement is backed by industry professionals who rank us alongside the top Newcastle and Leeds firms. We’ve developed a strong reputation across the North East and Yorkshire, advising a range of clients from SMEs to multi-national corporates. It’s been a buoyant 12 months for the whole firm and, as such, we are ahead of our growth plans.



“Our management team will play a pivotal role in taking us forward as we’re working with some very high-profile organisations and have ambitious growth plans for 2018. This has been a record-breaking year for us and I am very proud of the team who really have put us on the legal map.



“We’ve seen significant development in sectors including banking, manufacturing, retail, agriculture, waste management, tech and franchising- working with very small businesses and start-ups right up to large, global firms. We’re now in a strong position to move onwards with our firm’s development and to begin a period recruitment on Teesside.”

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