Davida Finger appeared August 14th at an American Bar Association conference on client-centric legal services. Finger was invited to share her insight on incubator programs at a roundtable discussion with other recipients of “catalyst grants.” In 2014, the ABA Legal Access Job Corps Task Force awarded seven such grants to innovative programs across the US. Professor Finger is the founding director of Loyola’s Incubator Program. She is also an Associate Clinical Professor and teaches the Community Justice section of the Law Clinic and the Law & Poverty course. The two day conference was held August 14-15 at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business.