THIS SUMMER, THE Board of Trustees appointed two new board members: Steven G. Scheinfeld ’85, global chair of the corporate department at Fried Frank, and Frederick E. Curry III ’03, an anti-money laundering and economic sanctions practice leader and a principal at Deloitte. Scheinfeld and Curry are both longtime supporters of the Law School.

Scheinfeld represents clients in public and private securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance matters, financings, and complex strategic partnerships. He is recognized as a National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) Corporate Governance Fellow and a leading advisor in the NACD Directorship 100.

“Brooklyn Law School inspired my passion for the law and provided me with the training and guidance to succeed in private practice,” Scheinfeld said. “I look forward to helping current and future students find this same passion and develop the skills necessary to become our next generation of leaders in the legal profession.”

Curry works with organizations around the globe to detect and prevent money laundering and other financial crimes. He began his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as a lead anti-money laundering bank examiner and then worked at the law firm Katten Muchin Zavis Rosenman.

“I am honored to be able to give back as a proud Brooklyn Law School alumnus and now as a trustee,” said Curry, who established a scholarship in 2016 to attract African American students to the Law School. He also helped create the Law School’s pioneering and popular annual Business Boot Camp. “I feel fortunate to play a role in advancing the Law School’s efforts to offer an education that meets the challenges of today’s evolving legal market,” Curry added.