Diskin Clay, "Greek Poets and Strangers: A Memoir,"
(Winter, 2011) 123-147 (at 127-128):
There [on Santorini] we stayed at the Hotel Atlantis, where we were
the only foreigners. I got to speak with a judge on the island — he had been sending glasses of ouzo to our table, and
I went over to the bar to treat him to a glass of ouzo. When
he learned that I was studying the classics, he began speaking Latin — habeas corpus, mandamus, e pluribus unum.
When he left the hotel, a group of amazed Greeks asked me
about the judge's command of Latin. I told them that he
spoke Latin that would make Cicero ashamed.