AJ Link is a student at The George Washington University Law School. His legal focuses are human rights and space law. AJ is actively involved with disability advocacy on campus and in the DC area.
At GW, he chairs the Student Life committee and the Diversity and Inclusion Assembly of The George Washington University Student Association. He also founded the Atypical Student Society and currently serves as its first president. AJ was a founding member of the Law School Disability Advocacy Coalition and serves on several advisory boards that focus on disability advocacy and justice.
AJ is an autistic individual, and most of his advocacy work focuses on neurodivergence and neurodiversity, but he also does work involving larger accessibility issues on campus and in the legal community.