Lawyers who champion alternative dispute resolution increasingly prefer mediation to arbitration, according to a survey of leading litigators and general counsel conducted by The National Law Journal and the American Arbitration Association (AAA).

Overall, 69% of litigators and 88% of in-house counsel who responded to the survey say that they prefer nonbinding mediation to binding arbitration. By contrast, only 25% of the litigators and 9% of the corporate counsel say that they prefer arbitration.

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