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Employees job performance is important in all organizations, but its importance increases in educational organizations in general and in universities in particular, because the pivotal role played by the academic staff of the universities in creating and nurturing future generations that are capable of advancing the country and the society. This study investigates the impact of organizational justice dimensions on academic staff performance in the Iraqi higher education system. The study deployed the quantitative method to measure academic staff's organizational justice and performance at Iraqi public universities located in Baghdad. However, the study employed stratified technique to ensure the better represented of sample. Only 297 responses were valid to be analysed by using (AMOS). The findings showed that distributive justice, and interactional justice positively impacted on academic performance and able to increase the performance, while procedural justice did not impact on academic performance. However, distributive justice had higher impact on job performance of academic staff compared to interactional justice. The findings of this study imply that decision-makers at universities should pay more attention to the fair distribution of resources, payment, promotion and training to increase job performance.