Sara Louredo Casado studied a Law Degree at the Universidade de Vigo, where she also studied the Master's Degree for the practice of law. For the former, she obtained the Extraordinary Degree Award.
In relation to her academic career, in the academic year 2014/2015 she began her PhD studies, which she concluded with Excellent Cum Laude. Her main line of research is industrial property and the subject of her doctoral thesis was "Unregistered industrial design", which was published by Aranzadi in 2019.
She has carried out pre-doctoral research stays at universities or research centres with significant material and human resources. As part of her post-doctoral research, she spent two years at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, where she studied market competition and trademark law. Precisely as a culmination of this period is her second book, entitled "Three-dimensional trademarks", which was published in December 2021.
She is currently a lecturer in the area of Commercial Law at the Universidade de Vigo.
Regarding her teaching work, she has taught Commercial Law for seven academic years, as a pre-doctoral researcher, post-doctoral researcher and in her current position. These classes have been taught on the Bachelor's Degrees in Law, Business Administration and Management, Labour Relations, Economics and on the PCEO Law-ADE, since the 2015/2016 academic year. Since February 2022, she has been the coordinator of the Final Degree Projects in Law at the Faculty of Legal Sciences in Vigo.
She has been a collaborating lecturer at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya since 2022 and has taught on the Master's Degree in Industrial Property at the Universidad Europea of Madrid in the 2021/2022 academic year and in the current academic year.
She participated in the organisation of the I International Conference on Teaching Innovation "Law teaching under analysis" in 2018 and is the coordinator of the second conference, to be held in October 2023.
Her research interests include Intellectual Property, particularly designs and trademarks (aesthetic and formal creations) and, to a lesser extent, competition law in the market (its goals and the abuse of a dominant position by an incumbent thanks to the gathering of information, among other topics).
She has made some incursions into other areas of Commercial Law, such as cooperatives and cohousing, the maritime sector (with colleague Prof. Torres Pérez, from the same research group and Lecturer in the Master of Translation) and the rights of shareholders in capitalist companies.