There are some major updates across North Carolina's law schools. The state's two newest law schools, Elon University School of Law and the Charlotte School of Law have graduated their first classes, widening the pool of lawyers working in the state. Additionally, the Wake Forest University School of Law opened two new clinics, providing pro bono legal and business services to non-profits and small business owners, and the Innocence and Justice Clinic designed to give students an opportunity to examine causes of wrongful convictions. The University of North Carolina School of Law was ranked ninth in the nation due to clinical and pro bono programs, loan assistance, and graduates who pursue public interest. Lastly, North Carolina Central University School of Law court competition was presided over by Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr.