The lawyers' protest came after a day of demonstrations by opponents of a plan to sweep away France's 42 pension schemes in favour of a single system.
452,000 protesters hit the streets in France on Thursday as a transport strike entered its sixth week, according to Ministry of the Interior.
With reports of train drivers going back to work, French unions are attempting to galvanise the strike as it approaches its sixth week.
The strike is now the second-longest in French history and is on course to surpass the longest, which lasted for 28 days in the winter of 1986/87.
Thousands of trade unionists and Gilets Jaunes marched together against the French government's planned pension reform on the 24th consecutive day of strikes.
Protests are planned at Paris' Gare de l'Est.
40% of TGV and TER trains have been cancelled on Christmas Eve as transport workers protest pension reform.
French President Emmanuel Macron says he won't abandon his government's controversial pension reforms but was open to compromise with unions.
Americans are increasingly striking and protesting for economic improvements, with support for unions reaching its highest level in decades.
Power was cut to 100,000 homes and offices, schools were closed, roads blocked and public transport crippled on Tuesday as protests were staged across France in support of the general strike over pension reform.
Labour union CGT said on Thursday there would be no break in transport strikes over the Christmas period unless the government backed down on pension reform.
The government is proposing to simplify the current system, which has 42 different pension schemes for workers depending on their profession. It comes amid crippling strikes by those opposed to the reform.
The French pensions system is complex: it is composed of 42 different systems, based on the specificities of each sector. Merging these into one "universal" points-based system was one of Macron's key campaign pledges. But how can it best be done?
Delevoye said not disclosing his role was "a mistake" and an "omission by oversight".
Only a fifth of high-speed trains and cross-country services are expected to run in France on Monday as strikes over President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform continue.
"I hear those who are exercising their legitimate right to strike and protest but I also hear those who are suffering or who are experiencing the unpleasant effects of this strike. The government is conscient of this," Philippe said on Friday.
The strike that crippled public services in France enters a second day on Friday to force French President Emmanuel Macron drop the new retirement pay legislation.
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Thousands participated in "Action Day", organized by the unions
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New Moscow protests against Russian pension reform bill
More than 800 people have been detained in nationwide protests in Russia, as thousands gathered to rally against a planned increase to the retirement age.
As Russia votes in this year's parliamentary and regional elections on September 9, the imminent victory of Vladimir Putin's ruling United Russia party might be tarnished by nation's outrage over highly unpopular pension reform.
Polls show President Vladimir Putin's former chief-of-staff will comfortably be re-elected, but public anger over planned increases to the nationwide pension age means many voters may stay away.
Russia's President Putin has softened his pension reforms after protests from unions who claim many people will not live long enough to see retirement