I assume you've already tried the search features on Avvo.
You may want to add additional information - where is your friend located? You'll get more responses if people know what city the case is in.
Avvo is a good start. Type the city where your friend is located and review the results. I would next encourage you to check with local bar organizations within the area your friend lives. Visit the attorneys' websites and check on their expertise. Avvo may give you the most information about attorneys and you can review their expertise looks and the questions they have responded.
Aside from location, always check their license with the California State Bar. Good luck!
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