Electrocatalysis of the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is currently of widespread interest due to its application in fuel cell cathodes where current Pt catalysts require high overpotentials. Inspired by the remarkably high ORR activity of multi-copper oxidases, we undertook an evaluation of the ORR activity of stable, insoluble copper coordination complexes. Direct precipitation of a complex of copper(II) and 3,5-diamino-1,2,4-triazole onto a carbon black support lead to the formation of an electrocatalyst for the 4 e- reduction of O2 to H2O. The oxygen reduction activity is reported over a wide pH range from 1 to 13 and the onset of the oxygen reduction reaction occurs at potentials as high as 0.86 VRHE. Ex-situ magnetic susceptibility measurements demonstrate the presence of multi-Cu sites on the electrode.