The state Assembly has taken out two contracts worth $205,000 for independent counsel “related to sexual harassment policy development and investigations,” according to the state comptroller’s office on Tuesday.

The contracts, made with Rossein Associates, come following a spate of sexual harassment scandals to hit the Democratic-led chamber that have led to the resignations of Brooklyn’s Vito Lopez and western New York lawmaker Dennis Gabryszak.

Records filed with the state comptroller’s office show $140,017 in taxpayer funds have been spent since the firm was retained in the fall, which is run by a CUNY law professor who specializes in harassment cases.

The contract’s listing was included in a news released by the comptroller’s office detailing recent state contracts found in the Open Book database.

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver came under fire for his handling of the Lopez harassment case, especially the $103,000 in secret settlement money approved for Lopez’s victims.

Silver has apologized for keeping the case confidential, but says no laws were broken by him or his top aides.

Lopez resigned following an ethics investigation that found he broke the public officers law.

Assemblyman Micah Kellner, accused of harassment aides in his office, is appealing a decision from Silver’s office that stripped him of his chairmanship and is reducing his staff allocation through attrition. Kellner is not running for re-election to the Assembly.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s $142 billion budget proposal includes money for a toll-free number to be run by the Joint Commission on Public Ethics for state employees to report sexual harassment.