Excerpt from:
The CNN Wire
April 27, 2015

Loretta Lynch, a formidable two-time U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, takes on the high-profile job at time when America faces a series of challenges, from dealing with strained relations and deep distrust in some cities between the police and the communities they serve, to criminal justice reform, to confronting the ongoing threat of terrorism.
Lynch has some experience with the latter: the Eastern District of New York has tried more terrorism cases since 9/11 than any other office. In announcing her nomination in November, President Obama praised Lynch for successfully prosecuting the terrorists who plotted to bomb the Federal Reserve Bank and the New York City subway.
Lynch, 55, has earned a reputation as a highly qualified, but low-profile prosecutor who has a good relationship with law enforcement and a history of handling tough cases well.
She is a good listener and a skilled consensus builder, qualities that will help her succeed at Justice, said Tim Heaphy, a former U.S. attorney for the Western District of Virginia who served under Lynch on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee, a group that meets regularly to advise the Justice department on policy matters.
“In that [attorney general] job you are at the center of so many of the emerging, significant, pressing issues not only in this country but around the world. There’s probably no job in government as diverse and challenging as being attorney general of the United States,” Heaphy said. He added that building support for initiatives both within and outside the department is an important part of the job.
“She will be good at getting people to work well together. I think that’s a strength of hers. I saw that on the committee,” Heaphy said.
Character and Eloquence:
At the swearing in ceremony in the video below; you’ll see a glimpse of Loretta Lynch’s strength of character and pure eloquence
Vice President Joe Biden, accompanied by Loretta Lynch’s father 
Rev. Lorenzo Lynch (second from left) and Loretta Lynch’s husband 
Stephen Hargrove (center), administers the oath of office to Loretta 
Lynch as the 83rd Attorney General of the U.S., April 27, 2015, during 
a ceremony at the Justice Department in Washington, D.C.
​Loretta Lynch prepares to deliver her remarks as the 83rd US Attorney 
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Lorine Lynch, (left) attends a recent function with daughter Loretta Lynch
now officially the 83rd United States Attorney General 


“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.”  ~Nelson Mandela