New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Friday hailed the finalization of a $25 million settlement by a judge in the lawsuit his office brought against President Donald Trump’s defunct for-profit university.

“Today’s final approval by a judge of our Trump University settlement will provide relief – and hopefully much-needed closure – to the victims of Donald Trump’s fraudulent university,” Schneiderman said in a statement. “Trump University’s victims waited years for compensation, while President Trump refused to settle and fought us every step of the way – until his stunning reversal last fall.”

He added: “In particular, I am pleased that we were able to ensure that members of the class action settlement will receive an even higher settlement than originally anticipated.”

The suit launched by Schneiderman alleged Trump University used deceptive practices when advertising to students the promises of its courses and who would be teaching them, namely that Trump himself was selecting the instructors.

The suit drew Trump’s ire, who launched a series of Twitter posts knocking the state attorney general. But ultimately, soon after Trump was elected president in November, he moved to settlement the claims against the university.