CFA AVOCATS draws its DNA from beyond the borders of France and Europe.

A bilingual (French/English) law firm, CFA AVOCATS possesses privileged contacts with lawyers and decision makers in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. Thanks to its location in the heart of Paris and its experience on the international scene, CFA AVOCATS forms a bridge between the Anglo-Saxon and Francophone worlds, in Europe and in Africa. The firm possesses a network of local correspondents across the whole of Francophone and Anglophone Africa. This network has been tried and tested over many years in the context of regular cooperation in international files.

CFA AVOCATS accompanies European, Canadian, English and American investors in Francophone and Anglophone Africa.

The lawyers of the firm have experience notably in the following countries, either through in-country intervention, or by reason of the location of the projects or the clients:

  • Sub Saharan Africa and northern Africa: Morocco, Congo Brazzaville, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Chad, Burkina-Faso.
  • Middle-East: Lebanon, Israël.

  • Europe: Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Norway, Finland, Estonia.

  • North America : Canada, United States.

CFA AVOCATS possesses an international network of specialized experts and partner law firms across the whole of Francophone Africa. Member of the network of lawyers, AFRICADROIT, CFA AVOCATS also works in close cooperation with GHELBER & GOURDON, which possesses an experience in all of the Francophone and Anglophone countries. The two firms share the same office premises at 91, Avenue Kléber, 75016 Paris.

In France, CFA AVOCATS has developed good relations with law firms specialized in the areas of tax and intellectual property law, as well as with well-known lawyers in different towns in France (Rouen, Nancy, Rennes, Strasbourg, Nantes, Marseilles, etc.), which gives the firm an optimum possibility of intervention across the whole of France.