Professor Annemarie Bridy delivered an invited lecture on Monday, March 3 at the Yale Law School Information Society Project (ISP). The lecture, "Carpe Omnia: Civil Asset Forfeiture in the War on Drugs and the War on Piracy," was based on her forthcoming article in the Arizona State Law Journal, which argues that ex parte seizures of Internet domain names highlight abiding constitutional infirmities in the federal government's civil forfeiture program. The abstract of Professor Bridy's talk can be found here, and a current draft of her article can be downloaded from SSRN.