Please don't let the attorney's being pagan be your main criterion!
I know (from sad expensive personal experience!) that one can hire a....(desperately grasping for a somewhat diplomatic word or phrase here)..... well just DO NOT look on witchvox!!!!!
Call the Bar Association or look in magazines.At least you are not in need of a specialty that is mostly just found in certain states...(I needed entertainment law..) not every one with a law school diploma will do more than just bleed you in billable hours AND those 5 thousand dollar retainers don't last long then it's 250 an hour......
Bad idea getting a lawyer based on creed! It's like getting an accountant based on his grasp of the French language - it means SFA to his grasp of accountacy!
I thought the same thing and then I realized that I hadn't heard back from mine since I asked him a question about starting a Non-Profit organization for building a Pagan organization. I emailed him and still no response so he is either busy or is no longer going to be our lawyer. Either way not all of them are as cut throat as originally thought.
I wouldn't pick a lawyer *soley* on paganism or not, but it would be something that I would ask, if they either are or if they care.
Around here we have a few companies that boast about how they are a "Christian owned company". It shouldn't matter but sometimes it does. I find this depends on area, really. I'm in the south, I see stuff like that more than someone from up north probably. But who knows.
Anyways, I would interview lawyers, make up a list of questions that are important and see how they answer it.