State lawmakers in the Assembly have spent an additional $56,000 on outside legal advice for developing sexual harassment policies and assist with investigations, according to Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office on Tuesday.

The comptroller’s office announced it had approved $51,000 for Rossein Associates, which is helping the Assembly develop new guidelines for responding to sexual harassment in the workplace. At the same time, $5,000 was approved to Roemer, Wallens, Gold & Mineaux, which is handling individual investigations of harassment cases.

All told, Roemer, Wallens, Gold & Mineaux has been paid $22,471.75, according to the state comptroller’s Open Book website.

Rossein Associates, meanwhile, has been paid $398,936.43 since 2013.

The firms were retained by the Assembly following then-Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s handling of Brooklyn Democrat Vito Lopez’s sexual harassment case.