This paper was published as Fordham international law journal, 2006, 29(4), pp.790-811. It's reproduced here with the publisher's permission. It is also available at http://law.fordham.edu/fordham-international-law-journal/ilj.ht
(2003). 859/2003 Extending the Provisions of Regulation (EEC) 1408/71 and Regulation (EEC) 574/72 to Nationals of Third Countries Who Are Not Already Covered by Those Provisions Solely on the Ground of Their Nationality,
at -, 30-46,  3 C.M.L.R. at 843-45. Once again the Court of Justice has constitutionalized a concept in the EC Treaty by adopting an overtly integrationist
(2006). at 143.
Centre Public d'Aide Sociale de Bruxelles, Case
de l'Aide Sociale, Courcelles v.
(2004). Directive, supra note 27, art.
(2005). Equal Treatment,
(2005). Fees, Grants, Loans and Dole Cheques: Who Covers the Costs of
London Borough of Ealing, Case C-209/03,  E.C.R. 1-2119,  2 C.M.L.R. 3; see Dougan, supra note 87, at 971. The issue of equal access to higher education also arose in a different context in
(2004). Sec'y of State for Work & Pensions, Case C-138/02,
See supra note 27.
See supra notes 23-30 and accompanying text.
Treaty, supra note 16, art. 18, O.J. C 325/33, at 45 (2002); see also Opinion of Advocate General Jacobs,