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Warren Redlich (born 1966) is a lawyer in Albany, New York. In 2004, Redlich ran for US Congress for the 21st District of New York State as a Republican. In 2005, he briefly served as the Political Director of the Libertarian Party of New York.

Born in Long Island to Allen and Rita Redlich, his family moved to Wisconsin and then to Albany while Redlich was a child. He grew up in the town of Guilderland, New York. Redlich graduated from Rice University with a B.A. in Mathematical Economics in 1988. He received a Masters from Stanford University in Political Science in 1992, and a J.D. from Albany Law School in 1994. He spent a year in Hiroshima, Japan teaching English Conversation, and then returned and began his career as a lawyer.

After brief stints as a solo practitioner and working for a nurses union, Redlich spent 3 years as a trial lawyer with the Allstate Insurance Company. He then served for three years as Principal Law Clerk to the Hon. Robert P. Best, Justice of the Supreme Court in Fulton County, New York. In 2003, Redlich opened his own law firm.

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