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Thank you for your question. In France, every attorney must be a member of the Bar, which in France is called "Ordre des avocats". Each province has its own Ordre des Avocats, and nationally those are united in the "Conseil National des Barreaux".
To find an attorney, you can simply look in the Annuaire of the Bar of your province. Go to this address (http://cnb.avocat.fr/plugin/254/?form=barreau), select the province, click "Rechercher" and you will be shown the website of the relevant institution, where in the section "Annuaire" you will find a list, or a search engine, for attorneys. The Paris one is here: http://www.avocatparis.org/annuaire
However, for English-speaking persons, I would recommend going by the advice of the US and UK Embassies. They have available lists of English-speaking attorneys. See here: https://fr.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/local-resources-of-u-s-citizens/ (Legal section) and here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/france-list-of-lawyers
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