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The aim of this paper was studying the relationship between components of organizational justice and organizational commitment in teachers of elementary schools in Tehran. For this purpose, 486 teachers in elementary schools have been chosen through multi stage sampling. Niehoff and Moorman’s (1993) questionnaire was used to measure organizational justice and Meyer and Allen’s (1990) questionnaire was employed to measure organizational commitment. In order to analyze the data, statistical methods of correlation coefficient and regression analysis were applied. The findings showed a positive and significant relationship between threefold components of organizational justice (namely distributive, procedural and interactional) and general organizational commitment and its threefold areas (namely affective, normative and continuance commitment) except for the distributive justice component and continuance commitment. Among all predictor variables (i.e. threefold components of organizational justice: interactional, procedural and distributive), interactional justice turned out to be the best predictor variable for organizational commitment in a way that interactional justice along with distributive justice managed to predict affective organizational commitment. Furthermore, in predicting normative commitment and general organizational commitment, interactional justice was the only variable which played a role and had the capability of predicting normative and general commitment. Also procedural justice could predict continuance component of organizational commitment.