Yacine began his legal career as a law student at the Tax Litigation Directorate of Justice Canada where he later acted as an attorney.
During these years, he advised and represented the Canada Revenue Agency regarding tax and civil disputes relating to tax collection.
Yacine pursued his career within the Economic Crimes Team of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada. He was a Crown prosecutor in prosecutions related to 15 federal laws regulating various fields of economic activity including income taxation, intellectual property, customs and insolvency.
In this same capacity, Yacine was an expert with investigators and officers from a dozen federal agencies including Canada Revenue Agency, Industry Canada, Environment Canada, Canada Border Services Agency and the RCMP.
After more than a decade of public service, Yacine joined Dupuis Paquin to continue serving the public interest in private practice.
Since then, Yacine's practice has made him a sought-after lawyer to defend the weakest against the strongest and to fight injustices of all kinds, particularly those of the State, large corporations and other powerful litigants in our society.