Expeditious justice has become a most challenging feature of the Pakistani judicial system. The backlog of pending cases is increasing over time. To meet these challenges, Alternative Dispute Resolution is the track for the revival of speedy justice and it is a tool that avoids formal and lengthy litigations. This research paper discusses the need for alternative dispute resolution techniques in Pakistan and its discourses in civil laws. To this end, this piece after perusal of Pakistani courts’ judgments describes the scope of arbitration in the expeditious resolution of disputes. Moreover, the article scrutinises the powers of an arbitrator and the effect of its biasness.