Robbin Levy Mommsen

Robbin Levy Mommsen



Robbin is a Founding Partner in the firm. Robbin provides advice and assistance in various aspects of real estate ownership, land use, conservation and development. She also advises clients on trust administration and private family trust companies.

Robbin demonstrates a commitment to her community through her participation in several local non-profit organizations. Robbin and her husband Chris, a volunteer firefighter, have two children. In her spare time Robbin is playing tennis and golf, skiing, hiking, camping, boating, fishing and enjoying all the many recreational opportunities Jackson Hole has to offer.


Real Estate
Land Use
Trust Administration


Wyoming, 1998
Oregon, 1997 (inactive)


Wyoming State Bar (since 1998); Teton County Bar (since 1998); Oregon State Bar (since 1997, currently inactive); American Bar Association (since 1997)


J.D. 1997 – Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College (now known as Lewis & Clark Law School)

  • Cornelius Honor Society
  • Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Small and Emerging Business Law (now known as Lewis & Clark Law Review) 1996-1997
  • Member, Environmental Law Review 1995-1996
  • Dean’s Fellowship (merit scholarship)
  • Scholar List 1995 – 1997
  • Best Oralist, First Year Moot Court Competition, Spring 1995
  • Honors Brief, Individual – Legal Writing, Research and Reasoning, Spring 1995

B.A. Communications 1990 – Michigan State University