Yannic was admitted to practice in Jamaica in 2015. She obtained her first degree, a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, from the Ivy League institution Brown University. She then went on to acquire a Bachelor of Laws degree (Hons.) from Durham University, a Russel Group University in the United Kingdom, followed by a diploma in Legal Practice from BPP Law School in London. Yannic then pursued and obtained her Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School.
Yannic joined the firm in 2018 and is a member of the Intellectual Property Department. Her practice focuses on the handling of trade mark applications, searches, renewals, oppositions and cancellation actions. She also has responsibility for preparing assignments and trade mark licences for clients, as well as providing advice and opinions on general trade mark law.
At Norman Manley Law School, Yannic was the President of the Children’s Outreach Programme and was bestowed the award for Community Service on graduation. She was also the recipient of the Karen Hugh Sam Lee Memorial prize, awarded to students who over the two-year period, were seen as good ambassadors of the Norman Manley Law School having displayed good leadership qualities, honesty, integrity and probity.
Yannic is a member of the Jamaican Bar Association.