New York, NY (August 5, 2019) – NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), one of the nation’s leading providers of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services, is proud to announce that it has been voted a “Best Overall ADR Provider” and a “Best Online ADR Resource” by the 2019 Best of New England Survey. The survey was conducted online by The Connecticut Law Tribune and Law.com’s business departments who polled the New England legal community in the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The survey measures loyalty, satisfaction and support for companies and firms that have faithfully served the New England region with high-caliber legal services and expertise and showcases those businesses that stand out among their competitors in providing essentials that are required to compete in today’s legal market. With this designation, NAM continues to distinguish itself as a leading provider of ADR and an online ADR resource throughout New England – and nationwide.
Roy Israel, President and CEO stated, “Being recognized as both a premier ADR provider and an online ADR resource throughout New England is a true honor. The survey’s results confirm NAM’s continuing commitment to provide exceptional ADR services and highly respected neutrals to legal communities, not only in New England, but throughout the United States. Thank you to the voters who participated in this survey.”
NAM’S Industry Leading Credentials
In addition to the 2019 New England Best of Survey accolades, NAM was voted a top ADR firm in the United States by the 2019 National Law Journal Best Survey for the sixth year in a row and ranked the #1 national ADR provider by the 2019 Corporate Counsel Best of Survey for the second year in a row. In addition to those successes, NAM was ranked the #1 ADR firm by the 2018 New York Law Journal Best of Survey for the past eight years, with 7 of its mediators and 6 of its arbitrators ranked in the top 10. Further, NAM was voted a “Best Overall ADR Provider” in the 2018 Best of the Midwest and New Jersey Law Journal Best of Surveys and a “Best Online ADR Resource” by the Texas Lawyer Best of Survey.