Robin Lumsden is an Austrian-American entrepreneur and lawyer in Austria and in the US. He has represented numerous prominent clients in the US, including Vienna Airport in a multi-hundred-million dollar lawsuit in New York against Donald Trump's famous lawyer and Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz (who also represented Bill Clinton).

In addition to a law degree in Vienna, he has 3 degrees from the elite universities of Berkeley (law) and Stanford (MBA and Master in Economics). At Stanford, his academic mentor was former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, with whom he wrote his dissertation, and former Google CEO and billionaire Eric Schmidt, with whom he worked both academically and entrepreneurially.