Jérôme Pélisse is professor of sociology at Sciences Po Paris since 2015. He was assistant professor at Universities of Reims and Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines before, where he has a CNRS chair and directed the Printemps (Professions, Institutions, Temporalities, CNRS) between 2011 and 2013. He co-founded GESTES (Groupe d’Etudes Sur le Travail Et la Souffrance au travail), a large academic multidisciplinary network on labor studies funded by the region Ile de France. Since 2015, he is member of the Conseil National of Universities and researcher at the Center for Sociology of Organizations (CNRS). He is working on various topics, at the crossroad of labor, science and legal sociologies. After a PhD on working time reduction laws in France, he analyzed industrial relations in French firms, and union’s organizations. He developed also researches on forensics (notably in economy) and the management of risks in laboratories of nanoscience in France and US. He participated to various academic networks and notably SASE or Law and Society Association, introducing legal consciousness and law and organizations studies in France through various articles and publications, notably the edition of Law and regulations of economic activities. Institutional and sociological perspectives, LGDJ, 2011 (with C. Bessy, T. Delpeuch).