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Title: Judge Luigi Ganado
Authors: Micallef, Joseph A.
Keywords: Ganado, Luigi, 1875-1948 -- Biography
Judges -- Malta
Law -- Malta
Issue Date: 1947
Publisher: Malta Law Students' Society
Citation: Micallef, J. A. (1947). Judge Luigi Ganado. The Law Journal, 1(6), 12-19.
Abstract: LIFE is a great and noble calling, demanding hard and strenuous labour with an austere regularity to the duties that are to be performed. The life of Judge Luigi Ganado shows that success in a vocation is achieved through force of will and undeterred effort. Fame and honour in his profession did not come to him by any accident of birth or fortune but rather because he possessed the precious attributes of sagacity, diligence and clearness of vision. Through zeal and constant observation he acquired a deep knowledge of amankind; he knew, loved and understood humanity : indeed, he was devoted to the welfare of one and all. His work at the Bar and on the Bench is in full accord with Cardinal Newman's precept that "we are not born for ourselves but for our kind, for our neighbours, for our country ; it is but selfishness, indolence, a perverse fastidiousness, an unmanliness and no virtue or praise to bury our talent in a napkin."
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