New Jersey law firms that make lobbying a livelihood showed a 10 percent increase in lobbying revenue in 1999.

Revenues in 1999 for the 10 top-grossing lawyer-lobbyist firms peaked at $5.4 million, compared with $4.89 million in 1998, according to statistics released Thursday by the state Election Law Enforcement Commission.

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