(AGI) Washington, Nov 7 - U.S. attorney for Brooklyn LorettaLynch is expected to be President Barack Obama's first choicecandidate to replace Eric Holder as Attorney General, CNNreported on Friday. The Harvard graduate first served as a U.S.attorney in 1999, appointed by President Bill Clinton. She leftthe job in 2001 to become a partner at Hogan and Hartson andalso served at the board of the New York Fed between 2003 and2005. She resumed work as a state attorney in 2010 underPresident Obama. Should Congress endorse her appointment shewould be the first African American woman to fill the post. . .