This year there are a number of events to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.
I contributed a chapter to the book published by the British Library as part of its exhibition Magna Carta: Law, Liberty, Legacy. Some of my comments were recorded for a video presentation which you can see at the exhibition. There's a taster at the start of this promotional video.
You can read my chapter on Magna Carta in the Modern Age, view some of the British Library exhibits and watch the full video here.
Law in Action broadcast a special edition from the British Library on 3 February 2015.
I presented the first edition of Law in Action on 14 October 1984. On 14 October 2014, Radio Four broadcast a special programme to mark the 30th anniversary. In it, Lady Hale, Lord Judge and Sir Keir Starmer QC discussed the most significant legal developments over the past 30 years. We took a vote at the recording, before an invited audience in Gray's Inn, with unexpected results.
During the autumn 2014 run, I conducted the first interview that Sir Mark Waller has gave as intelligence services commissioner and the first interview that Jeremy Wright QC gave as attorney general.
I was on the judging panel for the Halsbury Legal Awards 2014 and have been invited back for the 2015 awards.
Nottingham Trent University awarded me an honorary LLD in July 2012 for what the dean of the law school described as my "highly significant contribution to the scrutiny and understanding of the law and the legal system". This was my second honorary degree; the first was from the University of Hertfordshire in 1999.
The University of Lincoln awarded me an honorary doctorate in law in September 2014. I was awarded my fourth honorary LLD by the University of Law in November 2014.
The October 2013 series of Law in Action began with a full-length and revealing interview with the then attorney general, Dominic Grieve QC MP. In the last programme of the series, on November 5, I interviewed the president of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, becoming the first journalist to do so since the creation of the court; it was set up in 2000 to hear complaints against MI5, MI6 and GCHQ. An extended version of my interview with Mr Justice Burton can be heard on the programme website.
I was invited by the European Commission to deliver an introductory speech at a major conference in Brussels in November 2013. It was aimed at "shaping justice policies in Europe for the years to come". The other introductory speakers were ministers of justice, past and present. You can read my remarks here and watch the video (with translations into other languages if you prefer).
I was gratified to find that I was the only journalist to be included in the Times Law 100 list of most inflential lawyers for 2012. It does not look as if the newspaper will be compiling another such list.
I started tweeting in January 2011 and now have more than 29,000 followers. I use Twitter both to break stories (such as judicial appointments) and to alert readers to my work published elsewhere. Follow @JoshuaRozenberg
I write weekly for the the Guardian's online law page. You can read my columns here. I also write a column twice a month for the Law Society Gazette.
My valedictory column for the Daily Telegraph appeared on 1 January 2009. You can search online for material I wrote for the Telegraph from 2000 to 2008.
My book Privacy and the Press has been published in a Chinese translation by the China Legal Publishing House. The ISBN is 978-7-5093-3455-3 and you can buy it here. Note the list of chapter headings towards the bottom of the page: one was untranslatable.
My email and postal addresses can be found at the bottom right-hand corner of this page.
27 March 2015