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Although scientific research articles have traditionally been taken as examples of an objective style of writing that aims to minimise researchers' voices in their texts (Gilbert and Mulkay, 1984:42), authors inevitably adopt stances towards the information presented and the target audience when writing their papers. This article explores authorial stance as expressed by adverbial markers in the introduction and conclusion sections of legal research papers. Following Biber et al. (1999), and ,doi:10.4995/rlyla.2013.1028 fatcat:wzos5gjtr5d5pcz3jxgepukjou