State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli approved an $80,000 contract last month for an Albany-based law firm that will help the Democratic-led Assembly develop a sexual harassment and retaliation policy.

DiNapoli, records show, approved the contract last month with the firm Roemer Wallens Gold & Mineaux LLP.

The same firm in June signed a $14,000 contract with the Assembly for the sexual harassment complaints came after it was revealed Assemblyman Micah Kellner had conducted inappropriate chats over the Internet with a legislative aide in 2009, but never made it past the desk of counsel Bill Collins.

Kellner is appealing a decision from the Assembly Ethics Committee that stripped him of his committee chairmanship and legislative office staff.

Coincidentally, the law firm had contributed $1,000 to now ex-Assemblyman Vito Lopez, the Brooklyn Democrat who resigned in 2013 following an ethics report detailing harassment and abuse by the lawmaker toward female legislative aides.

In January, western New York Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak resigned after it was revealed he had sexually harassed multiple women in his office.

The following month, the Assembly approved $205,000 for another independent law firm, Rossein Associates, to respond to sexual-harassment complaints.